(DAILY MAIL) The youngest Jewish refugee to be saved from the Holocaust by Oskar Schindler has died.
Leon Leyson, 83, was just 13 when he was taken on as a Schindler employee, he went on to live in Los Angeles, served in the U.S. army and worked as a teacher in industrial arts - keen to give something back to his adoptive country.
Living in Krakow, he was 10 when the Nazis invaded Poland. Jews were forced to live in a ghetto but Leyon's father, Morris was one of the few men allowed out to work, NBC News reports.
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