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    from his camp to their death at Auschwitz. Schindler showed his courage and determination when he bribed the Nazi soldiers into letting the women go. He interjected with “What are you doing with these people? These are my people.” This was the only shipment of people to leave Auschwitz during the entire war. This shows what lengths Oskar Schindler would go to for the safety and well-being of his workers. The workers he cared for at Emalia were at Plaszow Concentration Camp, subjected to numerous acts of brutality and murder, Schindler personally intervened repeatedly on their behalf, through bribes and personal diplomacy. From this he wanted two main needs met; both the well-being of his workers and that the SS would not deport them.4 To protect these people he had done shady business deals which led to police officials and German SS to suspect him of corruption, and giving unauthorized aid to Jews. They arrested him three times at Emalia however they were never able to charge him.5 This allowed him to continue caring for his workers and resulted in saving their lives during the…

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    Oskar Schindler, during the time of the Holocaust, became a hero to 1000’s of Jew lives. Schindler however at the time didn't start as a hero, instead involved into one. The Holocaust took place in Europe, where the Nazi regime created Jewish identities which isolated the community from the universe of obligations. The universe of obligations is when a group of individuals has a commitment to others, and orders are made which cannot be altered, resulting in unneeded crime. The Nazi party…

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    always be remembered. One brave man, Oskar Schindler, did as much as he could to save the Jewish people of Krakow from the misery of the Nazis. Oskar Schindler not only saved Jewish people from concentration camps and ghettos, but he also helped to nourish them and fought to keep them alive in his factory. Throughout the war, Oskar Schindler brought in many Jewish people to work for him. These people came to his factory knowing that they were in the hands of a nice man who was going to save…

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    Oskar Schindler was a war hero who saved many Jews during the Holocaust, giving many of them a second chance at life. Oskar Schindler was born April 28, 1908 in Svitavy, which is in present-day Czech Republic. He started out as part of the Nazi party. In 1939 him and his family traveled to Krakow and got involved in the black market. He opened a factory that made German war goods and employed Polish Jews. these weren't his intentions at first but many jews were saved from concentration camps.…

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    1,200 jews, that's how many jewish lives a man named Oskar Schindler saved during the holocaust in the 1940s. Oskar employed that many jews to keep them from harm. He even went as far as to employ children to keep them safe. Based on these reasonings, I believe that Oskar Schindler is the most deserving, of anyone, for a medal of honor. Oskar opened an enamelware factory in 1939. When jews started to be discredited, he decided to hire them as a way to improve his factory’s income. Jews were…

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    12/6/14 Biography Oskar Schindler was born on April 28, 1908 in Svitavy, Moravia, what was then a German province in the Austro-Hungarian empire it now belongs to the the Czech Republic. Schindler grew up and attended grammar school in a region known as the Sudetenland. Schindler worked for his father, Hans Schindler, selling farm equipment. Schindler's father was the owner of a large factory. After his marriage in 1928 however Schindler left his father’s factory. To make some money Schindler…

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    Alexander Antonellis 7Z 12/6/14 Biography Oskar Schindler was born on April 28, 1908 in Svitavy, Moravia, what was then a German province in the Austro-Hungarian empire it now belongs to the the Czech Republic. Schindler grew up and attended grammar school in a region known as the Sudetenland. Schindler worked for his father, Hans Schindler, selling farm equipment. Schindler's father was the owner of a large factory. After his marriage in 1928 however Schindler left his father’s factory. To…

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    The Light of Oskar Schindler Amid the endless darkness of horrors during the Holocaust, a meager light shown, giving hope to those that were dispirited. The light was Oskar Schindler, a member of the Nazi party. He saved the lives of many Jews during the Holocaust. Like many others, Oskar Schindler proved that people can change the world. Whether they form movements or change the world on their own, the legacies they make are important. A person or movement’s legacy can be atrocious, or it can…

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    stories. Oskar Schindler, for example, may have seemed like a bad guy since he joined the Nazi Party in February 1939, but he used his occupation as an entrepreneur in his plan to save around 1,200 Jews from being sent to concentration camps. Born in Svitavy, Moravia on April 1908, Schindler began his wife by attending trade school and held a job at his father’s machinery business. In the meantime, Hitler was gaining more control over Germany along with the development of the Nazi Party. It was…

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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…

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