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Schindlers List is one of the most powerful movies of all time It tells the powerful true story of the German businessman Oskar Schindler who comes to Nazi- captured Poland looking for economic blooming and leaves as a savior of more than 1100 Jews Many of our grandparents told us of the stories and we learned about it in school year after year but to see it put to life was a totally touching experience Some of us couldnt even bare to look at those gruesome scenes The movie starts out in a Jewish familys home The Jews are reciting in prayer for the Sabbath day around a table full of lit candles When the Jews are gone from the house the candles slowly burn out The German forces defeat the Polish in weeks Soon afterward the Jews are forced out of their homes to report to the train station where their names are registered Over 10000 Jews are being shipped off to Krakow People tease and yell at any Jew they see in the street There is even a little girl screaming Goodbye Jews repeatedly as the line of Jews is moving and kids are throwing dirt at them In Krakow the ghetto is overcrowded with Jews The Jewish people are all gathered together and organized into working groups by the Judenrat twenty-four elected Jews responsible for the order Oskar Schindler visits the ghetto He is a German businessman who wishes to see Itzhak Stern a Jew is good at accounting and used to own a pot-making factory Jews are no longer allowed to own businesses so Oskar makes a deal with Itzhak and plans to take over the factory after trading money and appointing him his factory manager It is now March 20 1941 - the deadline for entering the ghetto Edict 4491 forms a Jewish area All Jews are now forced to pack their things and move out of their homes by
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