Elizabeth Limor was born in 1922 in Lódz, Poland, and died in Nashville in 2009. During the Holocaust, she survived the Hasag Munitions Factory and the Skarzysko and Czestochowa Slave Labor Camps. Limor worked packing bullet casings on an assembly line in the Hasag ammunition factory. Her wooden barracks were infested with lice and bed bugs. After liberation, she was sent to Bergen-Belsen, a concentration camp that had been turned into a DP camp after the war. Elizabeth met her husband Irvin in Germany, and relocated with their baby son to Israel. They later located her brother in Tennessee, and eventually moved to Nashville.