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October 18, 1999
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The original list of the names of Jews drawn up by Oskar Schindler to save them from the Nazis was recently discovered in Germany, according to a German newspaper. The list of 1,200 workers is among a collection of Schindler’s papers recently donated by a German couple to the Stuttgart Zeitung, which the newspaper is publishing beginning Sunday to mark the 25th anniversary of the businessman’s death.

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