Schindler's List (1993) - Rotten Tomatoes
Schindler's List - Topics: Biography; World/WWII
In the face of the Soviet Red Army's advances Schindler relocated, with the blessing of the German authorities, his munitions business and its workforce in the late 1944 to the branch of Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp in Bohemia’s Brunnlitz. About 1,200 Jewish prisoners from Krakow survived there to be liberated by the Soviets on May 8, 1945. In 1993 Steven Spielberg immortalized Schindler’s Factory in his movie ‘’.
14 Fascinating Facts About ‘Schindler’s List’ | Mental Floss
The historical museum’s facilities of Oskar Schindler’s Factory consists of three parts, namely its permanent show, space set aside for temporary displays, and the screening room. The permanent exhibition of Schindler’s Factory is entitled ‘Krakow under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945’ which correctly summarizes its contents. The screening room is meant as the venue for movies, lectures, meetings, and varied cultural or educational activities.