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Works Cited

Primary Sources
"Auschwitz Gas Chambers." Holocaust Research Project,
www.holocaustresearchproject.org/othercamps/auschwitzgaschambers.html.
Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Doctors Examining Twins. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,
collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/pa1073680. Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Emaciated Victims of the Holocaust. Jewish Virtual Library,
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Jan. 2017.
Emalia Factory Gate. Holocaust Research Project,
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2017.
Experiments Conducted in Concentration Camps. Jewish Virtual Library,
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Feng-Shan Ho. Smithsonian Magazine,
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Fry, Annette. Varian Fry. Smithsonian Magazine,
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Gordon, Harold. "Holocaust Survivor- Poland." Remember,


remember.org/holocaust_survivor_-_poland_.html. Accessed 26 Oct. 2016.
Interview. In this video Holocaust survivor Harold Gordon gives his account to
what it was like to be a prisoner during the Holocaust. This source was
helpful to me because it provided information about the struggles that
prisoners endured during the Holocaust, which Schindler was able to help
prevent for some people.
Greenfeld, Howard. After the Holocaust. Harper Collins, 2001. This book
contains information on survivors of the Holocaust and their life afterwards.
From this source, I was able to analyze the aftermath of Schindler's stand
and how his actions made a difference in the lives he saved.
"Hartheim-Dokument (1942)." University of Minnesota,
chgs.umn.edu/histories/documentary/hadamar/the_occurrence4.html.
Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Hill, Jeff. The Holocaust. Omnigraphics, 2006. Primary Source Book Series.
This book helped me to have detailed personal accounts of what happened in
Holocaust prison camps and the punishments that occurred there. From this
information, I was able to have a better understanding of how Schindler's
work saved Jews from enduring such punishments and cruelties.
Holmes, Marian. "Five Rescuers of Those Threatened by the Holocaust."
Smithsonian Magazine, 24 Feb. 2009, www.smithsonianmag.com/history/fiverescuers-of-those-threatened-by-the-holocaust-55112043/. Accessed 19 Jan.
2017.

Holocaust Altitude Experiment. Jewish Virtual Library,


www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/altexp.html. Accessed 19 Jan.
2017.
Holocaust prisoners behind barbed wire like criminals. Mount Holyoke
College,
www.mtholyoke.edu/~rapte22p/classweb/interwarperiod/holocaust.html.
From the photograph, I was able to learn more about how Jews were treated
in the prison camps. The depiction of Jews as prisoners shows how Schindler
was able to prevent Jews from enduring unfair treatment and inequality that
many other Jews faced during the Holocaust.
Holocaust Prisoners Conducting Harsh Labor. Jewish Virtual Library,
American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise,
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/flosstoc.html. Accessed 26
Oct. 2016. The photographs showed me the true punishments that Holocaust
prisoners had to endure. The factory work that provided safety and food
under Schindler's control does not compare well to the harsh labor that the
prisoners had to endure in prison camps.
Krakow Ghetto. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,
www.ushmm.org/research/research-in-collections/collectionshighlights/julien-bryan/prewar-poland/krakow. Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Leyson, Leon. "On Schindler's List: Leon Leyson's Story of Survival." Interview
by Mariam Metzinger. Chabad, Lubavitch World Headquarters, 2009,
www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/926298/jewish/On-Schindlers-List-

Leon-Leysons-Story-of-Survival.htm. Accessed 4 Oct. 2016. This source is an


interview of a Jew who was helped by Oskar Schindler. From this source,
Schindler's care for humanity is manifested by the way he saves this man
along with a thousand others. Schindler's change from a once greedy man to
a selfless man shows how anyone can be a hero, even those who would
never expect to be one.
List of Jews Oskar Schindler Helped. Pintrest,
www.pinterest.com/pin/106960559873239896/. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
List of People Oskar Schindler Helped. Pintrest,
www.pinterest.com/pin/106960559871879615/. Accessed 17 Jan. 2017.
Map of Poland Circa 1939. Telegraph, www.telegraph.co.uk/history/world-wartwo/6080985/World-War-2-Poland-resists-invasion-on-three-frontiers.html.
Accessed 19 Jan. 2017. Map.
"1939 map showing German attack on three Polish frontiers." Telegraph,
www.telegraph.co.uk/history/world-war-two/6080985/World-War-2-Polandresists-invasion-on-three-frontiers.html. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
Nordhausen Concentration Camp, Where 20,000 Inmates Were Believed to
Have Died. 12 Apr. 1945. Isurvived, isurvived.org/Holocaust-definition.html.
Accessed 26 Oct. 2016. The photograph depicts a concentration camp with
thousands of dead inmates. The thousands of innocent dead inmates in the
picture shows how the Nazi government tried to wipe out all of the Jews, no
matter who they were or what they did. The source helped me to understand
that since Oskar Schindler took a stand, he was able to save the lives of

many innocent people and prevented them from dying a cruel and
undeserved death.
Oskar Schindler. Holocaust Research Project, 2007,
www.holocaustresearchproject.org/survivor/schindler.html. Accessed 21 Dec.
2016. This image did not provide any info but the website did (seen in other
sources). The image was used for the intro page of the website for
aesthetics.
Oskar Schindler Associating with Nazi Official. Pintrest,
www.pinterest.com/pin/72128031502271581/. Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Photo of Hitler saluting. Jewish Virtual Library,
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/hitler.html. Accessed 19 Jan.
2017.
The Poor Conditions Holocaust Prisoners Endured. 16 Apr. 1945. Jewish
Virtual Library, American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise,
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/buchtoc.html. Accessed 26
Oct. 2016. This photograph depicts Jews suffering from harsh punishment
and labor. From this photograph, I was able to see how Jews were not only
treated as human beings of lesser value but as animals forced to do harsh
labor.
"Rescue." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,
www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005185. Accessed 19 Jan.
2017.

Saul, Eric. Charles "Carl" Lutz. www.smithsonianmag.com/history/fiverescuers-of-those-threatened-by-the-holocaust-55112043/. Accessed 19 Jan.


2017.
---. "Raoul Wallenberg." Smithsonian Magazine,
www.smithsonianmag.com/history/five-rescuers-of-those-threatened-by-theholocaust-55112043/. Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
"Schindler's Legacy." Oskar Schindler,
www.oskarschindler.dk/legacy/content1.html. Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.

Secondary Sources
"Auschwitz Concentration Camp." Holocaust Research Project, Holocaust
Education Archive Research Team,
www.holocaustresearchproject.org/othercamps/auschwitzgaschambers.html.
Accessed 19 Jan. 2017.
Crowe, David M. "Oskar Schindler." 2004. United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum, www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005787. Accessed
4 Oct. 2016. This source is a website containing information about the
Holocaust. I used this source to help me get background knowledge of what
happened before and during the Holocaust.
Levi, Eva. "The Youngest Holocaust Survivor from Oskar Schindlers List, Now
75, Tells Her Story." Israel Defense Forces, Word Press, 24 Apr. 2016,
www.idfblog.com/blog/2014/04/24/the-youngest-survivor-of-oscar-schindlernow-75-tells-her-story/. Accessed 4 Oct. 2016. Interview. In this article a

personal account is given about Schindler saving a girl from the Nazis. The
source helped me to gain a better understanding of how Schindler changed
from someone who focused on their own needs into someone who cared
about others, whether it be children or adult.
Oneil, Robin. "Oskar Schindler." Holocaust Research Project, Holocaust
Education & Archive Research Team, 2007,
www.holocaustresearchproject.org/survivor/schindler.html. Accessed 4 Oct.
2016. This document contains a synopsis of the life of Oskar Schindler and
his stand against the Nazis in order to save the lives of many Jews. From this
summary, I was able to conclude that even people like Oskar Schindler, who
was not even close to being perfect, could lead a life of a hero and save
many.
Roleff, Tamara L., editor. The Holocaust: Death Camps. Greenhaven Press,
2002. This book by Tamara L. Roleff contained information and testimonies
from people who were imprisoned at concentration camps during the
Holocaust. From this source, I was able to have more detail on what
happened before Schindler started saving people, specifically Jews, and how
his stand completely changed the lives of many.