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Olga (Deuts) Leier poses with her parents outside their home in Bratislava.

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    Olga (Deuts) Leier poses with her parents outside their home in Bratislava.
    Olga (Deuts) Leier poses with her parents outside their home in Bratislava.

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    Caption
    Olga (Deuts) Leier poses with her parents outside their home in Bratislava.
    Date
    1930
    Locale
    Bratislava, [Slovakia] Czechoslovakia
    Variant Locale
    Pozsony
    Pressburg
    Slovakia
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Daisy Leier Gross

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Daisy Leier Gross
    Source Record ID: HCC-Montreal

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    Biography
    Daisy Gross (born Daisy Leier) is the daughter of Alexander and Olga (Deuts) Leier. She was born April 20, 1939 in Nitra, Slovakia. In 1944 at the age of five, Daisy was placed in hiding in the home of Antonia Pavticova in Solany. For the next year Daisy lived under the assumed name of Annichka Vovotny. Following the liberation she was taken to Hungary. Daisy was the sole survivor of her family.
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