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Schindlers List is one of the most powerful stories of all time It tells the true story of the German businessman Oskar Schindler who comes to Poland looking for economic expansion with a new factory and leaves as a savior of more than 1100 Jews The Holocaust is truly one of the most devastating occurrences in history and is an incredibly hard topic to expand on Thomas Keneally does an amazing job in writing what many wouldnt dare The story starts out in the early stages of World War II The German forces defeat the Polish with ease and within weeks the Jews are forced out of their homes to report to a train station where their names are registered People tease and yell at any Jew they see in the street Oskar Schindler a German businessman visits the ghetto He wishes to see Itzhak Stern a Jewish man is who 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 so he can work for Schindler It is at this point where the reader cannot put the book down All Jews are now forced to pack their things and move out of their homes by German soldiers They are assigned new homes The next morning the people are gathered outside and information on their education and working experiences are reported The way Keneally describes everything is truly haunting Some of the Jews that cant be used for work are loaded into trucks and sent off to concentration camps Oskar lives near the ghetto and he witnesses many of the pandemoniums and gets all teary eyed It seems like under Sterns influence I believe Schindler at this point truly shows signs of having a good heart and you can feel his sympathy for the Jews Soon after this event thousands of Jews are shipped off on a train to
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