"Lost" Jewish cemetery found in Vienna

In 1943, Nazis encouraged the destruction of the gravestones in Vienna's oldest Jewish cemetery. Now through the use of ground-penetrating radar, some of the stones, dating back to the 16th century, have been re-discovered.

Once a cemetery with over 900 tombstones, the graveyard was bulldozed by the Nazi government, but a group of Jews buried some of the stones, layer upon layer, hoping to preserve their inscriptions. Community leaders hope to unearth the lost stones and restore them to places of honor.