Schindler's List - Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-35 Summary

Oskar relentlessly wines, dines and convinces the generals and government of Germany and Moravia to allow him to set up his factory in Brinnlitz. He even discusses the plan with Madtritsch, under whom 3000 more Jews lived and could be saved. Initially Madritsch does not want to work with such an effervescent man as Schindler. However, in the midst of all of this planning, Amon Goeth is arrested and Cracow politics quickly change. Goeth is arrested while visiting his father in Vienna. They ransack his Vienna apartment, where they find thousands of ReichMarks (embezzled money) and cigarettes. He is incarcerated, questioned and bullied not about the random balcony executions or maltreatment of workers and beatings of people such as Helen Hirsch. Rather, he is arrested because of embezzlement of Nazi funds. Nobody comes to testify in his defense. Helen Hirsch and Mietek Pemper are questioned by...

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