In October 1941, Frank Schiller, his parents, brother and grandmother were ordered to report to Prague’s Exhibition Hall. There, Frank’s parents spent their days filling out documents while Frank and his brother wandered around. At night, they slept on straw mattresses. To Frank,...
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A New Hampshire company is auctioning off a set of documents related to Oskar Schindler.
RR Auction company, which specializes in historic documents, has made the items available for bidding until Aug. 14. Prospective buyers can big on the documents on the company’s website....
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A Slovak court has commuted a death sentence against Laszlo Csatary, a war criminal whom Slovakia wants extradited from Hungary for his complicity in murdering thousands of Jews.
A Czechoslovakian court in 1948 sentenced Csatary in absentia to death for torturing Jews and helping...
September 20, 2010 | 2:59 pm
A statue honoring the “British Schindler” was unveiled at a train station in Britain.
Sir Nicholas Winton, 101, attended the dedication ceremony Saturday at the Maidenhead railway station.
He smuggled 669 mostly Jewish boys and girls out of Czechoslovakia in 1939.
The bronze statue shows Winton sitting on a park bench reading a book containing pictures of the children he saved.
October 2, 2008 | 12:44 amThe film is grainy and in black-and-white. It jumps about, slowing down at odd moments and growing dim occasionally. But it's the people that hold your attention.
They walk about, wearing fashionable clothes, nodding a stiff hello when they spot a friend. They watch a soccer match,...
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June 24, 1999 | 8:00 pmIt was, on the surface, a fairly typical sight: children greeting their grandmother, perhaps their great aunt, with flowers and hugs as she emerged from the plane at LAX. But Hana Gruna's connection to these children was not one of blood, but of a Torah scroll. And the coincidences...