The Reasons Why Oskar Schindler Save The Jews

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Why did Oskar Schindler Save the Jews? There are many reasons why Oskar Schindler saved the Jews. They may not all be true but everybody has their own reasoning why he did what he did. Some people think that he was a Rescuer, he was impulsive, or a Narcissist. Others believe that it he was a little bit of everything. I believe that Oskar started out as a man looking for money and then later own he changed and started to care about the jews. Oskar Schindler was looking for money. He saw the Jewish race as a quick, cheap, and easy way to get people to work for him and start making money. What Oskar had the jews doing was slave labor. He had a factory that made pot and pans and some silverware. Later on he changed to making ammunition for the war. He had enough money but wanted more. In the film Schindler’s List it really shows how his life was. He had no worries in the beginning of the film. He had a few relationships with women including his wife. Schindler stayed up and partied and really didn’t care because he had all of the money he could ever need. Schindler was a rescuer. He developed a relationship with the Jewish race and began to feel bad for them. Schindler was asked 20 years after the war why he did what he did. He said “ I knew the people who worked for me. When you know people, you have to behave towards them like human beings.”. Schindler was in it for the money at the beginning and there is no doubt about it, but towards the end he really just wanted to

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