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Schindler

Oskar Schindler was an ordinary man, a prosperous German industrialist who reacted to the policies and cruelties of Hitler's National Socialists in an extraordinary way. Through his manipulation of Nazi Party regulations and officials, by bribery and the use of his personal fortune, he was able to rescue over a thousand Jewish workers from deportation and death. He converted his enamelware factory into a concentration camp where he sheltered the workers he insisted on retaining for his business.

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http://schema.org/description

  • "Oskar Schindler was an ordinary man, a prosperous German industrialist who reacted to the policies and cruelties of Hitler's National Socialists in an extraordinary way. Through his manipulation of Nazi Party regulations and officials, by bribery and the use of his personal fortune, he was able to rescue over a thousand Jewish workers from deportation and death. He converted his enamelware factory into a concentration camp where he sheltered the workers he insisted on retaining for his business."@en
  • "Documentaire over Oskar Schindler, de Duitse industrieel die in zijn fabriek in Polen zoveel mogelijk joodse arbeiders van de dood probeerde te redden."
  • "Contains rarely seen archive film and photographs including rare footage of Schindler himself, exclusive interviews with survivors and witnesses of Schindler's story."@en
  • "He was a gambler, womanizer and Nazi spy, yet to a thousand Jews he was a savior. The story of Oskar Schindler is presented through archival film and photographs and interviews with survivors and witnesses."
  • "He was a gambler, womanizer and Nazi spy, yet to a thousand Jews he was a savior. The story of Oskar Schindler is presented through archival film and photographs and interviews with survivors and witnesses."@en

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  • "Biography"
  • "Biography"@en
  • "Personal narratives"@en
  • "Personal narratives"
  • "War documentaries."
  • "Television."

http://schema.org/name

  • "Schindler"
  • "Schindler"@en
  • "Schindler : his story as told by the actual people he saved"
  • "Oscar Schindler :"@en
  • "Schindler /"