Oskar Schindler Storyboard
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Oskar Schindler was like any German Nazi, but he was different. Oskar developed the sympathy for Jews and other non-Aryans. Oskar Schindler was leaving from his Emalia Factory. He went to witness the liquidation of a ghetto.
Oskar sees people getting forced out of the ghetto. The town is in chaos. People's stuff is being confiscated. Many people were dying already from hunger and disease.
Oskar watches as the people get loaded into trains. The trains were taking them to concentration camps where they would die. Oskar saw this and he realized how bad people were punished. His main objective became to save the Jews.
Almost everyone is in the train. Oskar decides to leave. Everyone else who is watching is emotionless. They show that they don't care about the people.
Germany is losing land in Poland. Oskar opens a new factory. This factory creates defective ammunition. The people are treated fairly in his factories.
Doing anything to prevent killing is the right thing to do. Schindler didn't just walk away. He tried to save as many Jews as he could. He would try as hard as he could even if it meant lying, and it ended up saving people.
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