Author saved by Oskar Schindler dies in Warsaw

WARSAW, Poland (JTA) — Stella Müller-Madej, a Holocaust survivor who wrote about being saved by Oskar Schindler, has died.

Müller-Madej died on Jan. 29 in Krakow at the age of 83. She was born in 1930 in Krakow. In March 1941, she was moved to the Krakow Ghetto and in 1942 to the Nazi camp in Plaszow. She entered Auschwitz in October 1944. Thanks to the efforts of her uncle, Müller-Madej was listed with her family on Schindler’s list and along with other prisoners was sent to the Brunnlitz factory.

After the war she returned to Krakow, and in 1991 she published a book, "A Girl From Schindler’s List." In 2001, she published the second part of her memoirs, "A Girl From Schindler’s List: Postwar Years," which describes the life of her family after the war and the impact of the trauma of World War II on her life.

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