Oskar Schindler

State Sen. Dan Bishop, who faces Democrat Dan McCready in a special election, used an Oskar Schindler analogy to characterize his advocacy against gay rights.
Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning masterpiece hits the big screen again in December.
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The property was used to employ 1,200 Jews during World War II.
Defying orders, he granted visas to Austrian Jews under Nazi's noses Jewish refugees in Shanghai. Times of Israel photo And
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Forgetting man's past atrocities or ignoring those happening, now, today, in too many places around the world, is both callous and short-sighted. That is bad enough. But it's equally hazardous to ignore the astonishing and perilous acts of human courage that negate, undo, reverse the violence and uphold our rights and dignity as humans.
"Schindler, with his kindness, gave us help ... and most important, he gave us our dignity," she said. "For us, he was an
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Most enquiries come from Russia and Eastern Europe and Boehling welcomes the new phenomenon of grandchildren and great grandchildren
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Jarda Nehybka never thought he'd have a wife and two tow-headed toddlers, not at this age, 69.
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Today, Oskar Schindler's Krakow factory is taking on a new mission. Through the initiative of mayor Jacek Majchrowski, it has become a contemporary art museum.
In your lifetime, there are few moments when you're given the opportunity to directly save another person's life. Congo needs its hero now more than ever. So I ask you now, who's with me?
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The only privately held copy of a list that Oskar Schindler drew up of Jews to be saved from Nazi concentration camps is