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June 27, 2001
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A German court ordered a newspaper to pay some $11,000 to Oskar Schindler’s widow for publishing documents that had belonged to the German businessman credited with saving Jews during World War II. Emilie Schindler had demanded four times as much from the Stuttgarter Zeitung, saying she has the right to the documents found by a German couple in 1999 and given to the newspaper.

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