A living voice for research, education and action - Inspired by Holocaust survivors Steven Spielberg met while filming "Schindler’s List."
Winner of seven Academy Awards - The indelible true story of the enigmatic Oskar Schindler, who saved more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust.
A new dimension to the story - Based exclusively on USC Shoah Foundation testimonies of Holocaust survivors who were saved by Oskar Schindler.
Unforgettable stories - Righteous acts of rescue told through compelling testimonies of Holocaust survivors.
A moving story of survival - Jack Pinto recalls his harrowing three years in Auschwitz and despair after being liberated.
An emotional story of rescue - Vera Gissing had to leave her parents behind to be saved by the kindertransport program.
Testimony - Henry was born in Cracow, where met his wife before the Holocaust. Henry survived the Cracow ghetto and concentration camps.
Testimony - Born in Proszowice, Poland, Helen gives a personal account of surviving the Auschwitz.
Testimony - Born and raised in Cracow, Jonathan witnessed the ghettoization of Poland and survived the Cracow ghetto during the Holocaust.
Testimony - Polish-born Else Dunner gives an account of her family’s deportation from the Cracow ghetto in a forced march to Auschwitz.
Testimony - A survivor of several concentration camps, including Brünnlitz, where he worked for Oskar Schindler.
Testimony - A survivor of several concentration camps, including Auschwitz II-Birkenau and Brünnlitz.
Testimony - A survivor of Krakau-Plaszow, Brünnlitz concentration camps, and Oskar Schindler’s factory in the Zablocie.
Testimony - A gripping, personal story of surviving the Holocaust in her homeland Poland.
Testimony - Murray recalls life in Poland before the war, as well as his ordeals living through Nazi death camps during the Holocaust.
Testimony - Polish survivor Sol Urbach lived in the Cracow Ghetto before he was transferred to several concentration camps.
Testimony - Born to a wealthy Jewish family from Cracow, Esther lived through the German invasion of Poland, ghettoization, and death camps.
Testimony - He survived several concentration camp experiences before being transferred to Oscar Schindler’s factory.