Schindler's List - Study Guide Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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After the destruction of December 4th, Stern grows to look at Schindler as one of the 36 just Goys in the world, a good gentile with genuine intentions. He helps Schindler with his loans so that he can start up his new enamelware business. In the next year, the business grows with so much profit, that Schindler is able to pay back his loans and deposit a hefty chunk of cash in the bank.

Emilie Schindler visits her husband in Cracow and was impressed with his apartment, design and financial prosperity. While she knows of his affairs, she does not want them enacted so egregiously in front of her.

In the year 1940, Schindler takes a bankrupt business and expands into a prosperous factory, employing over 250 workers. Occasionally, Stern requests that Schindler hire a poor Jewish orphan or the daughter of a Jewish clerk. Schindler agrees, and...

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