"Schindler's List": People Rather Than Gold
The award winning film Schindler's List tells the story of how Oskar Schindler, a German entrepreneur, first exploits but later protects Jews in Poland. When Jews are forced into the ghetto, Schindler employs them at his kitchenware factory. This arrangement is beneficial for both Schindler, who gets cheap labor, and the Jews, who are protected from being sent to concentration camps. When Nazis close Poland's Cracow ghetto, Jews are either sent to death camps or a labor camp at Plaszow. At Plaszow, many workers die, and those ...
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