As a person who really lived, Oskar Schindler is portrayed with both static and dynamic aspects. As is true of most people, there are aspects of his personality that do not fundamentally change.
For the most part, Schindler remains interested in having a successful business, and even through the early years of the war, he had few scruples about doing what was necessary to succeed. In part because the war changes the circumstances in which he does business and in part because he is shocked into a different kind of consciousness, Schindler decides to take steps to save some of his workers. When Oskar realizes that Jews are being targeted, rounded up, incarcerated, and killed, he decides that he has a responsibility to intervene.
While he had...
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