Schindler's List - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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The SS continued working on the Aktion, the massacre that Schindler witnessed in the Cracow ghetto on Krakusa Street that eliminated 7000 Jews. Stories begin pouring in to Schindler, some from other officers and some from respected opinions like Stern. The Jews were tied up, taken away and driven down a barbed-wire passage where they were deposited in bunkers. One story that spread like a virus is of a young girl who dropped a bracelet. A young boy of three years went to go and pick it up, fleeing to the bunkers, where he vanishes.

"In the bunkers, said Bachner, they were all gassed. Afterward, squads were sent to disentangle the pyramid of corpses and take the bodies away fro burial. It had taken barely two days, he said, before they were all dead, except for him. While waiting in an enclosure for his turn...

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