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Schindler's List Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26-30 Summary

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

Raimond Tisch, an Austrian clerk some ten years Oskar and Amon's senior, works in Madritsch's uniform factory inside Plaszow as the manager. He is often paid through chess matches with Amon and often paid with other gems. However, one day, he decides to take his payment and photograph the camp of Plaszow in its entirety. He captures the prisoners in their objectification and cruel punishment; he captures the workers; he captures Amon sitting on his horse like a king and Amon shirtless with his girlfriend. He is told to lose weight, as he is growing increasingly fat. He never develops the film and buries it safely. In 1963, he sells the film to Leopold Pfefferberg with the promise that it will not be developed until after his death. When they are developed, nearly all the photographs come out clearly, depicting the camp as it was. None...

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