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However, he begins to buy Jews from Herr Commandant Amon Goethe, the dictator of Jews in that area, when he realizes the devastation of the Holocaust. After the war, Schindler must make a crucial decision; the key to unlock his imprisonment or the key to lock up his existence.

Schindler's List is a compelling and emotional book due to its reality. This work opens the hearts of its readers, leaving them pondering the significance and tragedy of Germany during the war. It arouses interest, grasping both mind and heart to unveil life's mysteries. Man's ignorance to society's norms provokes controversy over how one could steal the life of another with no more than a shudder. Schindler's List also offers its readers the knowledge of sacrifice and turmoil of the Holocaust, as does The Diary of Anne Frank. I highly recommend this book to anyone to broaden their awareness of the value of life




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