German Industrialist Who Saved Jews from Nazis Visits Them in New York

A one-time munitions maker for Hitler, who saved 1,100 German Jews from the Nazi furnaces, was in New York today where he visited with some 200 of the Jews whom he saved who now live in metropolitan New York.

Oscar Schindler, a Roman Catholic, explained that on his mission of mercy he had outwitted the Gestapo, bribed German Army officers and forged identification papers to save Jews as workers in his factory because he hates cruelty and intolerance. He stopped off in New York from Argentina, where he owns a small farm he obtained with Jewish help after the war, to Germany where he hopes to retrieve some of his property which was seized by the Russians.

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