Our podcast series concludes today with the story of Ludmilla Strangul Schneider. Born in Tomsk, Russia in 1923, she traveled across the country while the winds of World War II were blowing. Ludmilla continued her migration into Germany. After getting married, she crossed the Atlantic to start a new life in Chicago. Her daughter, Lucy Sears, shares with us the story of her mother's perserverance.
Special thanks to Michael Weiss for composing the music; Sydney Jarol of Programs and Exhibits for editing; and of course Diane Pellettiere, Steve Szabados, Ron Andermann and Lucy Sears for sharing their family heroes.