Blouse worn by a member of a Czech-Moravian nomadic Romani group
Clothing and Dress
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
Blouse worn by Julia Weinrich, member of Czech-Moravian nomadic Romani group. The Weinrichs family was sent to Auschwitz, where Julia Weinrich's cousin was killed.
Record last modified: 2021-02-10 09:00:32
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