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  • Schindler's Factory
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    Schindlers List is a movie that takes place during WWII. The movie begins in Krakow, Poland just after the collapse of the Polish army, and at the beginning of the German occupation. Oskar Schindler, a tall handsome womanizer arrives in the city looking to open a factory in order to gain profits from the war. At the time, Jewish people were no long permitted to own a business, so Oskar obtains a factory from a Jewish man named Itzhak Stern, and makes Stern his accountant and manager. The two men...
  • Oskar Schindler
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    Oskar Schindler would never have been anyone's ideal savior, especially for the Jewish community. He was an open member of the Nazi party, a womanizer, a gambler, an alcoholic, and was extremely money hungry, but was successfully able to rescue and save from death over twelve hundred Jewish men and women. Schindler was born on April 28th, 1908 in Zwittua, Czechoslovakia. He was born Catholic and into a wealthy family, but started early on a life of sin. In 1930 he moved to Poland in hopes of bec...
  • Schindler's Factory
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    PLOT SUMMARY The movie "Schindler's list" is a compelling, real-life depiction of the events that occurred during the 1940's. It illustrates the persecution and horrific killings of the Jewish people. It also exemplifies the hope and will of the Jewish people, which undoubtedly is a factor in the survival of their race. The most important factor however is because of the willingness of one man, Oskar Schindler, to stand out and make a difference. The movie starts out in a Jewish home, where a Je...
  • Oskar Schindler
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    Schindler, Oskar (1908-74), German businessman whose fame rests on his remarkable rescue of more than 1,000 Jews during the Nazi Holocaust. Oskar Schindler was born in the Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia. He moved to Poland in 1930 and made a fortune in Krakw. He saved 1,200 Polish Jews from the Nazi death camps by employing them at a munitions factory he opened using Jewish labor. The factory had been a bankrupt manufacturer of enamelware when Schindler bought it and used it to fill military contra...
  • Schindler's Protection Of His Jewish Workers
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    Oskar Schindler Before the outbreak of war, Poland had been a relative haven for European Jews Jewish population numbered over 50,000. But when Germany invaded, destruction began immediately and it was merciless. Jews were herded into crowded randomly beaten and humiliated, capriciously killed. Jewish property and businesses were summarily destroyed, or appropriated by the SS and sold to Nazi investors, one of whom was Oskar Schindler. An ethnic German from what is now Moravia in the Czech Repub...
  • Change In Schindler's Perspective On Life
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    Compiled March 14, 2003, by Dale Cowling Introduction: This report is the result of a close investigation into the understandings of the topic 'changing perspectives'. The report is also deeply concerned with the aspect of 'change' and what certain texts have to say about it. Within this report the text that will be analyzed is the films, "Schindler's List". Schindler's List: Directed by Steven Spielberg in June 1993. Overview of film: Set in war affected Poland during World War two, 'Schindler'...
  • Schindlers Life After The War
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    I. Introduction The World Book Dictionary defines a hero as a boy or man admired for his bravery, great deeds or noble qualities. Oskar Schindler was nothing short of this. Schindler displayed all of these traits during the Second World War. (The World Book, 2002) II. Early Life Born in Zwittau, Czechoslovakia in 1908 which was home to many ethnic Germans. (The World Book, 2002) The closest neighbors were a Jewish rabbi family, and the two sons became Oskar's best friends. The family was one of ...
  • Stern Help Schindler
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    Stern was the key for Schindler. Without Stern, Schindler would have not succeeded they way he did. Stern acted as mediator between Schilder and the Jewish people. As relationships between the Germans and the Jews were a sour one at the time, it was lucky that Schindler found a man such as Stern who he could trust. Stern was a bit reluctant wether he would trust Schilder at first as he was part of the Nazi party. It wasn't till Schilder proposed his idea to Stern that he decided to trust him, as...
  • Trains To Schindler's Camp
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    In the autumn of 1943 Oskar Schindler lives in Krakow. His wife, Emilie, lives in his home tows of Zwittau in Moravia. He's on his way to a party with commandant Amon Goeth who is in charge of the forced labour camp at Plaszow. In this camp there are 20.000 Jews, Poles and Gypsies. For some Germans at the party Schindler has brought gifts because he may need their support later on. On his way out he talks to the Jewish kitchen maid. She's treated badly and gives him money so that he can do somet...

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