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Plot In September of 1939 World War II started and Polish Jews were forced to register and relocate Oskar Schindler walked into the Jewish Council to find Itzhak Stern Schindler wants to open an enamelware factory with Sterns help Jewish people are now living in ghettos and they cannot own businesses In the early months of 1941 some Jews are forced to leave Krakow and go to other towns In June 1942 Germans build forced labor camps or work camps in Plaszow while deportation and shooting is going on in the Krakow ghettos In February 1943 Amon Goeth takes command of the work camps in Plaszow Then on March 13 - 14 in 1943 the ghettos were liquidated and Jews taken to either work camps or to Auschwitz a death camp Schindler wants to expand his factory to Plaszow and succeeds in March of 1943 Schindler goes out to try and recruit workers for his company Then Schindler was interviewing secretaries for his factory and then he picked all of the pretty women for the job He then hosts a party for all of the Nazi officials at his own expense and sends them gift baskets with all of the best wine cheeses etc Schindlers mistress comes to the door and his wife answers she is angry with him He takes his mistress out to dinner where he sees his girlfriend They go home and Schindlers mistress says the only way she will stay with him is if he promises not to sleep with anyone else He cannot keep that promise so she leaves on a train One day Itzhak Stern brings an old man with only one arm to Schindler The old man wants to thank Schindler for his job and he is working hard for Schindler After the man leaves Schindler is angry with Stern because he thinks that a man with one arm is useless as a factory
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