Oskar Schindler

Oskar Schindler
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  • Exposition: 1939-1944
  • This is 15-year-old Helen Brzeska. She was working as a Jew in the Nazi KZ Plazsow. She was a kitchen help under Commandant Amon Goeth. Goeth had man-eating dogs.
  • Rising Action: 1945
  • Helen works at Oskar Schindler's enamelware factory along with other victims.  She is number 18 on her list. She is constantly monitored by SS soldiers. However, Schindler goes around giving them food secretly and telling them to keep working with a smile.
  • Just keep working...
  • Climax: ~1945-1950
  • Filthy Jew!
  • Helen's uniform doesn't fit her well enough. Helen decides to fix her uniform a little to fit her petite figure better. An SS guard notices at an evening lineup and smacks her so hard she collapses. The soldier orders her to die.
  • Just as Helen is about to be killed, Oskar Schindler steps in and spares her, promising to pay the SS soldiers if they didn't kill her. He ended up spending all his money on sparing his workers, dying a penniless man.
  • Falling Action: ~1945-1950
  • Don't kill them!
  • Resolution: ~1945-1950
  • Helen continues working in the factory. She never knew why she was chosen to work at Schindler's factory. She would later marry a fellow factory worker Kuba Beck in Germany. Then, she'd move to America to spend the rest of her life.
  • Theme
  • I am Hope. I advise you, kind reader, to never give me up! Be like Helen, and power through to the end. Thank you for reading!
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