Schindler's List - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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While Oskar Schindler lived a lavish and successful lifestyle in the early parts of the war, his finances quickly declined post-liberation. He was honored and revered by Jewish organizations and was given a benevolent letter from the American Joint Distribution Committee for all of his future business endeavors. However, his family became his Schindlerjuden, the Jews his saved during the war. After the war, he lived with the Rosners in Munich, where others were always shocked to see in a torn coat.

Two years after his arrest, Amon Goeth is thin from diabetes and hanged. He calls upon Schindler and Helen Hirsch as his witnesses, not realizes that Pemper will have the information to complete him. He salutes Hitler before he is executed.

In Germany, Schindler is abhorred and stoned. However, he always finds solace with his Jews. He decides to move to Argentina to become a...

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