Spielberg's Portrayal Of The Holocaust

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Spielberg’s portrayal of the Holocaust accurately represents the original events. The scenes throughout the movie successfully illustrate the horrific lives of the Jews and the hardships they had to overcome. The scene of the Jews entering the ghetto on March 20, 1941 accurately describes the difficulties they had to endure nearly 50 years ago. The disorganization for admission, verbal abuse from the Polish and harsh treatment of the people depicts the real circumstances faced by the Jews of the time. During the scene of the Kraków ghetto evacuation, Schindler views the appalling methods used by the Nazis to send them to the Plaszów labor camp. Similar to the actual collapse of the ghetto, both reveal the suffering of the Jews and the punishments
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