During World War II, Nazi Party member Oskar Schindler took over a formerly Jewish-owned Polish factory. In order to save the lives of his workers he persuaded the Nazis to let him build a new factory and allow him to draw up a list of a thousand Jews to work at the camp.During World War II, Nazi Party member Oskar Schindler took over a formerly Jewish-owned Polish factory. In order to save the lives of his workers he persuaded the Nazis to let him build a new factory and allow him to draw up a list of a thousand Jews to work at the camp.Read Less
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Sep 15, 2007
Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally is the true story of Oskar Schindler; a man of Europeon, non-Jewish Heritage, who migrated to Poland posing as a Nazi businessman seeking his fourtune due to the expenses of WWII. What he initially failed to discern was the Nazi intent of the 'Final Solution.' The power of the story lies within the truth. Schindler could not abide the insanity of the world inwhich he had so nearly become a part. Through accounts from actual survivors on Schindler's List (Schindlerjuden), Keneally has chronicled an historical masterpiece so we will never forget.
Jul 17, 2007
TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTON
BASED ON A TRUE INCIDENT DURING WORLD WAR II, BASICALLY THE STORY OF A SELFISH MAN WHO HAS A CHANGE OF HEART AND ENDS UP SAVING A 1000 JEWS FROM EXTERMINATION IN THE NAZI DEATH CAMPS. HE COMPOSES A LIST OF JEWS THAT HE DEEMS IRREPLACEABLE TO HIS BUSINESS. HOW HE DOES THIS IS A RIVETING STORY THAT EVERYONE SHOULD READ.
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