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The Jewish Ghetto and Schindler's Factory

We were able to visit Schindler's factory. It was really interesting, especially after seeing the movie, Schindlers List. Oskar Schindler was a German, a member of the Nazi party, who saved the lives of over 1,000 jews. Schindler's factory is a museum that exhibits World War II. It was the most creative museum I have ever been to!
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There are numerous black chairs scattered in the middle of a square in the Ghetto. Each chair represents the thousands of people's lives that were lost. large_IMG_0281.jpglarge_IMG_0283.jpglarge_IMG_0284.jpglarge_IMG_0292.jpglarge_IMG_0294.jpglarge_IMG_0296.jpglarge_IMG_0297.jpglarge_IMG_0298.jpglarge_IMG_0299.jpglarge_IMG_0300.jpg

This is Schindler's office!large_IMG_0305.jpg

The name of all of the victims Schindler saved:large_IMG_0306.jpglarge_IMG_0308.jpg

Sign for peace:
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Posted by Lwardynski 14:27

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