Their parents, who survived in Rome after being interned in France, did not see them again until 1946. Franziska was already married and had a son. Eva had forgotten her mother tongue during this time, so her parents had to speak English to her. The family remigrated to Vienna after the war: Lucie, Alfred and Eva in 1947, Franziska in the early 1950s with her son. Alfred Weiss fought to get back his Aryanized company “Arabia Kaffee-Tee-Import” and made it an important brand of the Second Republic. Franziska Weiss’ son, who was born in England, is also part of the group picture in the exhibition Without a Home. His name is Andrew Demmer, known today as the founder of the Viennese tea house chain. He had completed his apprenticeship with his grandfather in the Arabia company. The history of the enterprise and the family behind it can be seen in the upcoming exhibition Espresso at last!