Oskar Schindler was born into a German Catholic family on April 28, 1908. After attending trade schools, he worked for his father’s farm machinery company. He worked for German intelligence and later joined the Nazi Party. An opportunist businessman with a taste for the finer things in life, he seemed an unlikely candidate to become a wartime hero. During the war, however, he operated a factory that employed more than 1,000 Polish Jews, saving them from concentration camps and extermination. In 1993 his story was made into the Best Picture Oscar winning Steven Spielberg feature film "Schindler's List".
This rare signature of Oskar Schindler has been custom framed with laser-cut title, laser-etched biographical nameplate, historical photos with a quote that reads "He who saves one life saves the world entire".
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