The Exodus is a legendary 20th century ship often associated with the creation of the State of Israel 60 years ago. Although its name is still famous, the actual epic story of the ship and its passengers has been little by little forgotten. The ordeal illustrates the situation of the Jews at the end of the Second World War and the geopolitical context of the Middle East where many countries were Protectorates of the British Empire. After Auschwitz, thousands of Jews took to the seas, heading for the only Land where a future seemed possible: Palestine. The Exodus was one ship among many that British intransigence propelled into History. Noah Klieger, a member of the Exodus crew, and Yossi Harel, his commander, take us on an adventure that marked them forever.