Schindler’s List - 518 Words
In 1939, a German businessman, Oskar Schindler, went to Krakow. In the beginning of WWII, Nazis transferred hundreds of thousands of Polish Jews to Krakow. Schindler hoped to make a lot of money in this place. He bribed Nazi officers, and opened an enamel factory, which produced tableware and military supplies. Schindler hired many Jewish people, because their wages were very low.
In 1943, Nazi Germany began to lose the war. SS officer, Amon Goeth, arrived in Krakow to oversee the construction...
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