Dorit Oliver-Wolff fled Belgrade when it was bombed in 1941, escaping to Budapest, Hungary. She lived there peaceably for six months before a Hungarian woman spat in her face, a traumatic introduction to the antisemitism that would shape her early life.
Storyteller: Dorit Oliver-Wolff
Date of Story: 1941
Location of Story: Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Location: Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK
Date: 29 April, 2016