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Documents for Oscar Schindler who saved 1,2 thousands of Jews during World War II were put up for auction in the USA

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Documents for Oscar Schindler who saved 1,2 thousands of Jews during World War II were put up for auction in the USA


NEW YORK, 8 AUG. / Corr. ITAR-TASS Alexander Bekreneva. The auction in the United States exhibited documents of the German industrialist Oscar Schindler, who in the years of World War II, saved the gas chambers of the Hitlerite concentration camps 1,2 of thousands of Jews at risk to their lives.

Organizes online bidding, which will last until August 14, based on the state of New Hampshire auction house "Art Art" / RR Auction /. As his vice-president Bobby Livingston said on Wednesday, collectors were offered, in particular, a certificate signed by Schindler, dated August 22 1944 of the year. The document, written in German, issued in the name of one of the workers of the factory for the production of enamelled products in Krakow, Poland. This plant, which belonged to Schindler, employed more than a thousand Jews from a nearby concentration camp.

"The worker of my plant, Adam Jidzic, who lives in Krakow, received permission from the main military command in Krakow to unload and assemble military equipment and sent to Sudetengau," the document says.

In the summer of 1944, Schindler found out that the Nazis were planning to close non-military factories. He managed to get permission to restructure the factory in Krakow and transfer it together with Jewish workers to Brunlitz in the Sudetenland / Sudetengau / in the territory of the present Czech Republic. Thanks to the aforementioned certificate, Jijic, one of the leading employees of the plant, was able to proceed with its transfer.

“I first saw a document confirming that Schindler received such permission. I thought that it took him much more time. If he hadn’t received it, Schindler’s list simply wouldn’t exist,” said the Holocaust historian and biographer Schindler David Crowe.

Among the documents put up for sale, there is also another certificate issued in the name of Jijic. “It is hereby confirmed that Adam идidžić, who was born on 28 in May 1922 of the year in Krakow and lives in Kraków, has been working in my company since January 1 1944.

In addition, Schindler's ammunition manufacturing plant in Krakow is offered to collectors. Behind this building were living quarters for Jewish workers.

According to representatives of Art-Art, such documents are extremely rare. The bets on Jijic's information, put up in one lot, reached almost 21 thousand dollars by Wednesday evening.

After the war, Oskar Schindler was left without a livelihood and lived to the last days thanks to the help of the people he saved. Schindler received worldwide fame only after his death, when Steven Spielberg’s Schindler's List film was released on 1993, which was told история his feat. And on the 25 anniversary of the death of Schindler, among his things and documents was discovered the original of the famous list, which was considered to be irretrievably lost.
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  1. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 8 August 2013 08: 20
    +2
    Someone decided to cash in on historical documents. Somehow foul from such news.
    1. Ruslan_F38
      Ruslan_F38 8 August 2013 11: 42
      +1
      How can I cash in on such things I do not understand the same thing. Nonsense. Apparently, the remains of the dead and tortured to sell will soon begin.
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 8 August 2013 15: 44
      +1
      Quote: Black Colonel
      Someone decided to cash in on historical documents. Somehow foul from such news.


      The background to this auction is as follows: Two years ago, Eric Gazin and Gary Zimet purchased a copy of the "list" for $ 2,2 million. Now they are going to sell it for at least 3 million. This is the only original copy in a private collection (two copies are kept in the Israeli memorial complex "Yad Vashem", another - in the Holocaust Memorial Museum). In addition, the previous owners of the "list" were the family of Yitzhak Stern, a close friend of Schindler's. It is believed that it was Stern who typed the lists on a typewriter.

      As they say loot defeats evil.
  2. Sochi
    Sochi 8 August 2013 09: 05
    +4
    Honestly - I disrespect him ... Jews have inflated PR around Jews. Why didn’t he save other people regardless of nationality? Are they of a lower grade? There were thousands of other people who saved people no matter who is who, but they are not interested in the West ... You won’t make a gesheft on them.
    1. Edward72
      Edward72 8 August 2013 09: 06
      +3
      Well, so they are God's chosen, abide in holiness
    2. il grand casino
      il grand casino 8 August 2013 11: 20
      +1
      Who was easier to save those and saved. There were a majority of working Jews in the camp. Or would he rather not save anyone at all?
      1. Sochi
        Sochi 8 August 2013 11: 28
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        If he had saved everyone, then such a question would not have arisen, but for some reason he only saved "God's chosen people." By the way, the worst of all lived in the camps, not Jews, but Russians. The trouble of fascism was the same for all of Europe, but in this trouble the Jews turned out to be the most ... And they suffered less than anyone else.
        1. il grand casino
          il grand casino 8 August 2013 12: 09
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          Quote: Sochi
          If he had saved everyone, then such a question would not have arisen, but for some reason he only saved "God's chosen people." By the way, the worst of all lived in the camps, not Jews, but Russians. The trouble of fascism was the same for all of Europe, but in this trouble the Jews turned out to be the most ... And they suffered less than anyone else.

          Well, he was still a German. The Germans always did not like Russians)))

          And by the way, not all the camps were Russians. Keep this in mind. As for the injured, less are also wrong. More than Jews suffered deprivation of the inhabitants of the USSR. But here it is foolish to compare proportions.
    3. the polar
      the polar 8 August 2013 20: 25
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      Quote: Sochi
      Honestly - I disrespect him ... Jews have inflated PR around Jews. Why didn’t he save other people regardless of nationality? Are they of a lower grade? There were thousands of other people who saved people no matter who is who, but they are not interested in the West ... You won’t make a gesheft on them.

      That's right. In addition, they want to make a hero out of a racist.
      I generally don’t understand what the Russians, who lost 27.000.000 citizens in the war, care about "schindlers", and why copy-paste such articles. We have a lot to remember from our Soviet - Russian history
  3. Trailer
    Trailer 8 August 2013 09: 09
    +1
    "THIS IS MY JEWS!" (c) A strong film turned out. And this person is also very ambiguous.
  4. zMouze
    zMouze 8 August 2013 09: 44
    +1
    Quote: Sochi
    Honestly - I disrespect him ... Jews have inflated PR around Jews. Why didn’t he save other people regardless of nationality? Are they of a lower grade? There were thousands of other people who saved people no matter who is who, but they are not interested in the West ... You won’t make a gesheft on them.

    This is a story about a man who helped those whom he could.
    You shouldn't be so. The emphasis should be made not on the fact that he helped because of his nationality, but on the fact that he HELPED !!! He deserves respect at least. And if you read him more, then you will find out that he never "bragged" or "put on display" his act.
    I did it because I thought it was right. And he did in that situation according to MAXIMUM.
    1. Sochi
      Sochi 8 August 2013 11: 30
      -1
      Well done that he helped, and did "what he could" ... only he could somehow selectively and helped his own people, the goyim did not receive such an honor.
      1. Tourist Breakfast
        Tourist Breakfast 8 August 2013 12: 07
        +3
        only somehow he could selectively and help his own, the goys did not receive such an honor.

        Oskar Schindler was actually a Sudeten German. What kind of "friends" did he help?
  5. Constantine
    Constantine 8 August 2013 09: 53
    +1
    Whoever said it, Schindler was a good person. It makes no difference who he saved because he retained the highest value in the form of many human lives in the most difficult times. At the risk of everyone, including their own lives. Objectively, he can only express a huge human thanks for his compassion and his courage. soldier

    As for the lists, the most correct move, in my opinion, would be the ransom of them by the Jews with the subsequent transfer of these papers to the museum. smile
  6. pa_nik
    pa_nik 8 August 2013 10: 13
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    How so !? And where is the orthodox Jewish Hasidic community in the United States, requiring the issuance of the Schneerson library from the Russian Federation ?? wassat

    And the documents put up for auction do not need to be carried far .. they are already nearby .. in the USA. belay Expropriate in the name of revolution! laughing

    They are probably on vacation, the velvet season is the same .. drinks
  7. pa_nik
    pa_nik 8 August 2013 11: 38
    0
    I wonder what in my words excited the minusers? Probably about the "velvet season". repeat You yourself, probably, take a steam bath in the office. laughing
  8. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 8 August 2013 12: 20
    -1
    Schindler personally did well for saving people. Another question is to the media, which talk only about saving Jews. Non-Jews have a logical question: Why are we worse?
  9. pa_nik
    pa_nik 8 August 2013 12: 37
    -1
    In World War II, some Schindlers decided to grind the other Schindlers with the wrong hands. And Schindler with the list .. well, in every herd .. Well done, what can I say !! good I would probably za.sasaa ... and maybe not laughing The time will come - we will check fellow

    A bit of theory ...

    "Anyone who sheds the blood of the wicked is as pleasing to God as the sacrifice is offered to him." (Jalk. Schim (Yalkut Shimoni) 246, p. 722 and Bomidb. R (Bamidbar slave), 229, p.).


    “It is permissible to kill the infidel. If the renegade and the apostate fall into the pit (Talmud, Abodas. F. 26, 2), then do not release them, but if there was a ladder below, take it from there and tell the prisoners: I do this so that my animal does not enter there, and if a stone covered the pit, then put it back above the pit, and tell the prisoners in it, I’m doing this so that my cattle can go to this place, etc. " (Talmud, pes. F. 122, 2, Tos).


    “Christians are idolaters; however, it is permissible for a Jew to trade with them on their holy day, that is, on the first day of the week (Sunday). ” (Talmud, Abodas. F. 2, 1).


    “Therefore, the Talmud allows any offense, violence and theft of a Jew from a Gentile:“ Don’t take anything from your neighbor, as the commandment says; but your neighbor is a Jew, and not other nations of the world ”(Talmud, Prince Senhedrin, section 7, sheet 59).


    “If a Jew has power, he must openly kill heretics, otherwise he must do it secretly.” (ArbaTur. Jore deach. 4, 158; f. 35, 5; - chosch. Ham. F. 138, 1, 2).
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  11. pa_nik
    pa_nik 8 August 2013 12: 40
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    Moysha and Izya, I recognized you! repeat laughing
  12. Ajax1d
    Ajax1d 8 August 2013 12: 55
    0
    If the Jews are PR for someone, it means a mishandled Cossack. In general, the story of the Lohokostom stinks strongly !!!
  13. pa_nik
    pa_nik 8 August 2013 13: 00
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    Quote: Ajax1d
    If the Jews PR someone


    then they always succeed. yes
  14. Lech from ZATULINKI
    Lech from ZATULINKI 8 August 2013 14: 52
    +7
    In 1941, the village of Dolginovo in Belarus turned out to be in the territory occupied by the Germans. 5000 Jews lived in the village.
    The mass extermination of Jews began in 1942. By the summer, 278 people remained alive [4], mostly old people, women and children — those who managed to go into the woods or managed to sit out in the cellar. Belarusian peasants could not shelter them under pain of death.
    The partisan detachment Avenger, to which the surviving Jews had nailed and where Kiselyov was a political instructor, had no opportunity to accept and support all these people. The partisans requested command in Moscow and received orders to withdraw the Jews across the front line.
    Nikolay Kiselev took up the assignment. 270 people went with him, most of whom are old people, women and children. In addition to Kiselyov, the group was accompanied by another 7 partisans [1].
    The transition lasted more than a month, twice the detachment came across a German ambush, many were injured. After one of the clashes, 50 people were missing; what happened to them is unknown. Two wounded - an elderly woman and a boy - had to be left in the forest, but they survived [3].
    The smallest in the group was the girl Berta, who often cried. As we approached the front line, this became more and more dangerous. During one of these dangerous moments, Bertha's parents came to such a state that in desperation they decided to drown the girl in order to save the whole group. Then Nikolay Kiselev took the child in his arms, reassured her and carried him to the end of the trip in his arms. Berta survived.
    After more than 1500 km crossing the occupied territory, Kiselev led 218 people out of the front line, after which he was arrested by the military counterintelligence as a deserter. However, the people saved by him, in turn, interceded for him, and Kiselev was released [5].
    Kiselyov did not tell anyone about his feat. Documents about the campaign Kiseleva was discovered by the director of the Museum of the History and Culture of Jews of Belarus, candidate of historical sciences Inna Gerasimova. In the archive of the Communist Party of Belarus, she found the so-called "Kiselev list" - his report on the executed assignment, in which the names and surnames of the saved were listed [6]. The Belarusian historian Arkady Leyserov wrote about the same document. The main document that allowed confirming what Kiselyov made was the order of the Belarusian headquarters of the partisan movement dated January 14, 1943 on the award of 8 partisans under the leadership of N. Kiselev for the withdrawal of 210 Jewish families from German rear found by Inna Gerasimova in the National Archives of the Republic of Belarus "[1].

    The surviving Jews recorded him as a holy man (there is a film about this man - very impressive)
    1. il grand casino
      il grand casino 8 August 2013 15: 14
      +2
      Honor and praise to such people!
    2. the polar
      the polar 8 August 2013 20: 39
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      Quote: Lech from ZATULINKI


      The surviving Jews recorded him as a holy man (there is a film about this man - very impressive)

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      It is unlikely that the Jews remember the political instructor Kiselev N.Ya.
      In the current European propaganda, liquid shit flowing from all the media, all political officers, NKVD officers, SMERShevtsy, these are all criminals - Stalin's executioners and satraps. Here is their real gratitude, for saving from death, at the cost of millions of Russian lives.
      1. il grand casino
        il grand casino 8 August 2013 21: 58
        +1
        And you do not answer for the Jews ... I know many Jews. And they remember Soviet heroes, sometimes better than Russian
      2. Rumata
        Rumata 8 August 2013 23: 53
        +3
        Quote: Polar
        Quote: Lech from ZATULINKI


        The surviving Jews recorded him as a holy man (there is a film about this man - very impressive)

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        It is unlikely that the Jews remember the political instructor Kiselev N.Ya.
        In the current European propaganda, liquid shit flowing from all the media, all political officers, NKVD officers, SMERShevtsy, these are all criminals - Stalin's executioners and satraps. Here is their real gratitude, for saving from death, at the cost of millions of Russian lives.

        Who is who, and the Jews certainly remember their Righteous ...

        In 2005, the Yad Vashem Institute was awarded the title of Righteous Among the Nations of the World by the Israeli Institute of Yad Vashem. Of the 218 people he saved, by 2008 only 14 people remained alive. His memory is honored by more than 2200 of their descendants, who gather annually in Tel Aviv on June 5 on the day of the last execution of the Dolginovsky ghetto. They compare Kiselyov with Moses, who brought the Jewish people out of slavery.
  15. Himalayan
    Himalayan 8 August 2013 20: 42
    0
    Cynicism and entrepreneurship on the bones. I will not be surprised that the "list" was dictated depending on the contributions
  16. 128mgb
    128mgb 9 August 2013 08: 04
    0
    Well, what kind of people, everything is for sale! Nothing holy!
  17. pinecone
    pinecone 9 August 2013 09: 13
    +1
    Quote: Himalayan
    Cynicism and entrepreneurship on the bones. I will not be surprised that the "list" was dictated depending on the contributions


    In the program of the International Czech Radio, I once heard the speech of a Jewish woman who personally knew Schindler. According to her, only those who had money were included in the list, and members of "Judenrat" (Jewish councils) and members of the Jewish auxiliary law enforcement service acted as intermediaries.
  18. pa_nik
    pa_nik 12 August 2013 12: 15
    +1
    Quote: pinecone
    only those who had money were on the list


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