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Contents Contents Preface and Acknowledgments00 1Schindler's Early Life (1908-1938) in Czechoslovakia and His Initial Ties to Abwehr (German Military Counterintelligence and Counterespionage Service)00 2Schindler the Spy-Arrest, Imprisonment, and His Role in the German Invasions of Czechoslovakia and Poland (1938- 1939)00 3Schindler and the Controversy over His Acquisition of Emalia in Kraków Amid Charges of Theft and Brutality00 4Schindler in Kraków and His Initial Use of Jewish Workers in Kraków Ghetto00 5Schindler and Emalia: Origins of the Schindler Myth and the Closing of the Kraków Ghetto00 6Amon Göth, Oskar Schindler, P_aszów, and the Schindler Jews00 7Schindler's Emalia Subcamp, Göth, and Ties with the Jewish Agency00 8The Closing of Plaszów, the Fate of Emalia's Jews, and the SS Investigation of Göth and Schindler00 9The Creation of `Schindler's List': Myth and Reality00 10Brünnlitz: Life, Death, Survival, and Escape00 11Schindler in Germany (1945-1949): Struggle for Survival and Plans for Argentina00 12Life in Argentina, the Return to Germany, and the Righteous Gentile Controversy00 13The Evening of Schindler's Life: MGM, Fame, and Controversy00 14Love, Bitterness, and Death: Oskar and Emilie, 1970- 200100 Afterthoughts00 Bibliography00 Index00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Schindler, Oskar, 1908-1974.
Righteous Gentiles -- Biography.
Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945).