Oskar Schindler Biography

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Oskar Schindler was an intelligent and charitable man, and even though his morals were questionable, he managed to save over one thousand Jews. Oskar Schindler, born April 28, 1908 in Sivitary, Czech Republic. He grew up in Zwittau, Moravia. Oskar Schindler was an ethnic German. His father’s name was Hans Schindler and his mother’s name was Louisa Schindler. Hans was a factory owner and Louisa was a house maker. Oskar had a younger sister named Elfriede and even though they were seven years apart, they were very close to each other. Oskar Schindler was a very popular child but was not a bright student. During the 1920s Schindler worked for his father selling farm equipment. March 6, 1928, however, Oskar married a women named Emilie which …show more content…
She set up a secret sanatorium in one of the factories with medical equipment purchased on the black market. Emilie looked after the sick. Those who did not survive were given a fitting Jewish burial in a hidden graveyard. The conditions were bad at the factory, it was always cold as ice and people did die from it. they would steal bread from the black market at some point A book was published called ich, Emilie Schindler, Erika Rosenberg, the author, wanted to show that Emilie was involved with the Jews as much as Oskar was, maybe even more. Oskar Schindler had two kids. He had a son named Oskar Jr Schlegel and a Daughter named Emily Schlegel. Emily and Oskar Jr were not Emilie Schindler’s children. Oskar Schindler had an affair with Aurelie Schlegel who was the mother of Emily and Oskar Jr. Oskar schindler left his wife to join the Nazi party and she had no clue where he was or what he was up …show more content…
The list was called Schindler’s list. Schindler’s list took place in 1942. Oskar wrote this list to remind him all the names of the Jews he had saved. After the war the list was found in a suitcase full of paper in a German couple’s house. The couple was close friends with Oskar, they found the suitcase with the list and other papers mainly based on Schindler’s life after World War II. A second list, the one that appears in the 1993 film “schindler’s list,” was created a mouth before the war ended Schindler made up that list with fictitious jobs for each worker to convince the SS that they were vital to the war effect. The list had a book and a movie created for

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