Lost in the Holocaust, family uncovers dress designs
Clip: 11/15/2014 | 4m 23s
When the Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939, tens of thousands of Jews applied for visas to anywhere. Among them, Paul Strnad and his wife Hedy, a dress designer. In an exhibit called "Stitching History from the Holocaust," the Jewish Museum of Milwaukee is now displaying the dresses Hedy once designed and could never realize.
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