Why Did Oskar Schindler Survive During The Holocaust

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In 1933, Poland had the largest Jewish population in Europe, numbering over three million. By the end of the holocaust in 1945, the Jewish population of Poland was reduced to about 45,000. Oskar Schindler saved about 1,200 Jews. Most of the Jewish survivors of the holocaust had a positive attitude during their ordeal, in particular Leon/Leib Leyson (one of the 1,200 Jews Oskar Schindler saved during the holocaust) was very selfless and had a very positive outlook towards life in general even during his hardships of the holocaust. He showed this when he saved an old woman 's life by taking her to the infirmary and stayed past his curfew. For this he was shot at on his way back to his house and almost killed that night he save a life while putting
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