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A large and numbered bronze medal with the portrait of Oskar Schindler, "Righteous Among the Nations."
A large and numbered bronze medal with the portrait of Oskar Schindler, "Righteous Among the Nations." Casting work in the design of a somudic mrika (Holocaust survivor herself) - produced by the Government Coins Company in cooperation with the Magnes Museum. Reverse The medal is inspired by the story of the Exodus from Egypt, the saving of the Children of Israel, and as an example for the rescue of 1,200 Jews. Schindler's List. Signed MS and number 325/999 is placed in a matching wooden house. Diameter: 104 mm Weight: 530 grams Very good condition.
Oskar Schindler (1908-1974), a German industrialist who was saved by the Nazis during the Second World War, during which about 1,200 Jews were killed by the Nazis, while in Schindler's factories the Jews were protected. The Nazis remained outside the boundaries of the factory and were not permitted to enter except with special permission from Schindler himself. In addition, the Jews received food and warm clothing that allowed them to survive. In addition, all "Schindler's Jews" had documents indicating that they were fit for work in terms of age and physical condition. Schindler's Jews, 1,200 men, women and children, remained Schindler's employees until the end of the war, and thus were saved. The survivor and his personal aide during the war Yitzhak Stern said of Schindler during his visit to Israel in 1962: "There are three expressions in Hebrew: three people: human, human, and other." Schindler became known as one of the greatest Righteous Among the Nations in the famous film " Steven Spielberg "Schindler's List".
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