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Oskar Schindler

 

“Show yourselves to be worthy of the sacrifice of millions from your ranks, avoid every act of revenge ...

Farewell address to Jewish factory workers, Brnënec, Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, Monday 7 May 1945

Oskar Schindler was born on 28 April 1908 and died on 9 October 1974. A Sudeten German industrialist credited with saving 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust, Schindler was an unlikely hero. He was regarded as vain and selfish, keen to make money and to do well for himself alone. However, he became aware, as did others, that the horrendous treatment of Jews by the Nazis was something about which he couldn’t just do nothing. However, he was one of the very few who actually took action. Schindler contrived to enable Jews, who ...

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