Original caption: STU01D:GERMANY-SCHINDLER:STUTTGART,GERMANY,15OCT99 - The original copy of a list of over 1,200 Polish Jews known as Schindler's List in Stuttgart, October 15. During the Second World War, Oskar Schindler was responsible for saving the lives of Polish Jews. The story became famous through the Booker Prize winning novel "Schindler's Ark," that was later made into an Academy Award winning film by well known Hollywood director Steven Spielberg titled "Schindler's List." The documents, obtained by the German newspaper "Stuttgarter Zeitung," were found in a suitecase put in an attic in the city of Stuttgart by friends after Schindler died 25 years ago. mad/Photo by Michael Dalder REUTERS
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