Oskar Schindler, a Czech/German spy, saved more than a thousand Jews from Hitler’s extermination camps. From 1940 onward, he employed Jewish workers and as their persecution intensified, he managed to establish his own personal camp in which his workers were shielded from the terrors outside.

Many of those he saved appear in this program, as do his wife and the mistress of the concentration camp commandant, Amon Goeth, who personally slaughtered many Jews. Rare archive film and photographs enhance the drama of this astonishing tale.

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