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Prior to 1994 historians did not address the story of Oskar Schindler in any comprehensive manner. Short articles appeared in the press abroad with the recollections of the Schindler Jews or provided brief information on individual aspects of historical themes. In the 1960s the West European press, particularly journalists, wrote about Schindler in connection with the awards he was given; nevertheless, there was no impulse for more wide-reaching specialized and critical work. Behind the Iron Curtain of the Socialist bloc Schindler was hunted in the same way as Nazi criminals and the first impetus for discussion came with Věra Oliveriusová's article in the magazine World Literature, two years following the publication of Keneally’s novel. The argument over whether the camp in Brněnec was real or feigned subsided and the debate was sterilized into an immutable form of slanted history. At least in Socialist Czechoslovakia the terms Nazi and Sudeten German were synonymous with criminal. The fall of totalitarianism opened possibilities for new reflections on Central European history. In 1993 Schindler’s story as seen by Keneally and recast by Steven Spielberg rolled before the eyes of awestruck viewers. The as yet uncritically and emotionally viewed material raised the level of public interest in Schindler and the Holocaust. Today bookstore shelves are filled with numerous memoirs, biographies, and studies on this subject. It would seem that with the publication of American historian David M. Crowe’s book, appraised as the most comprehensive work on Schindler, the potential of the subject was exhausted. However, the opposite is true. The following is a select bibliography of the Schindler subject:

Diaries:
Bau, Josef: Dear God, Have You Ever Gone Hungry? New York, 1998
Bejski, Moshe: Notes on the Banquet in Honor of Oskar Schindler. Tel Aviv, 1962
Bieberstein, Alexander: Zaglada Žydów w Krakowie. Krakow, 1985
Frank, Hans: Das Diensttagebuch des deutschen Generalgouvernemens in Polen 1939 - 1945. Stuttgart, 1975
Graf, Malvina: The Kraków Ghetto and the Plaszów Camp Remembered. Tallahassee (USA), 1989
Madritsch, Julius: Menschen in Not. Vídeň, 1962
Meir, Golda: Mein Leben. Hamburg, 1975
Müller-Madej, Stella: Das Mädchen von der Schindler-Liste. Mnichov, 1998
Palowski, Franciszek: The Making of Schindler´s List. New Jersey, 1998
Pankiewicz, Tadeusz: Die Apotheke im Krakauer Ghetto. Essen, 1995
Rosenberg, Erika: Emilie Schindler: Erinnerungen einer Unbeugsamen. Mnichov, 2001
Schindler, Emilie mit Rosenberg, Erika: In Schindlers Schatten. Emilie Schindler erzählt ihre Geschichte. Kolín n. Rýnem, 1997
Zuckerman, Abraham: A Voice in the Chorus: Memories of a TeenagerSaved by Schindler. Stamford, 1991

Books
Allerhand, M. - Allerhand, L.: Zapiski z tamtego swiata. Krakov, 2003
Agatstein - Dormontowa, D.: Žydzi w Krakowie w okresie okupacji niemieckiej w latach okupacji 1939 - 1945. In: Rocznik Krakowski, t. 31, Kraków, 1949 - 1957
Bau, J.: Czas zbeszczceszczenia. Wspomnienia z csasów drugiej wojny šwiatowej. Kraków, 2006
Bauer, F.: Hitlerův „Můj boj“ očima historiků. Praha, 1994
Bauminger, A. L.: The Fighters of the Cracow Ghetto. Jeruzalém, 1986
Bednarek, M.: Deutsche Emailenwarefabrik Oskara Schindlera v Krakowie v latach 1939 - 1945. In: Krzystofory nr. 22, Krakov, 2004
Bránský, J.: Osud Židů z Boskovic a bývalého okresu boskovického 1939
- 1945. Boskovice, 1995
Brecher, E. J.: Schindler´s Legacy. London, 1995
Brož, J.: Admirál Canaris a jeho abwehr. Praha, 1995
Crowe, David M.: Oskar Schindler - die Biographie. Frankfurt nad Mohanem, 2005
Duda, Eugeniusz: The Jews Cracow. Krakov, 2000
Fenach, T.: Oskar Schindler and His List. Vermont, 1995
Fikejz, R.: Oskar Schindler (1908 - 1974). Svitavy, 1998
Gazur, Lukasz: Schindlerowska „arka nadziei“. Krakov, 2005
Gruntová, J.: Oskar Schindler - legenda a fakta. Brno, 1997
Hesse, Ch.: Schindlers Liste. Bonn, 1995
Keneally, T.: Schindler´s Ark. Sevenoaks, Kent., 1982
Keneally, T.: Schindlerův seznam. Praha, 1994
Kielkowski, Roman: Obóz pracy przymusoweji koncentracyjny w Plaszowie. In: Przeglad Lekarski, nr. 1, 1961
Kobielec, A.: Filia obozu Koncentrayjnego Gross Rosen - Arbeitslager Brünnlitz. Walbrzych, 1991
Komorowski, A. - Roppel, H.: Skic do portretu Oskara Schindlera. In: Gazeta Wyborcza, 13. 5. 1993
Kowalski, A.: Venezuela´s Schindler Jew - Zygmund Rotter. In: Sunday Press, 27.3. 1994
Kryl, M. - Chládková, L.: Pobočky koncentračního tábora Gross Rosen ve vlnařských závodech Trutnovska za nacistické okupace. In: Vlnařský průmysl, supplementum 1, Trutnov 1981.
O´Neil, R.: An analysis of the action of Oskar Schindler within the context of the Holocaust in German occupied Poland and Czechoslovakia. Rukopis, Londýn, 1996
O´Neil, R.: The man from Svitavy. Rukopis, Londýn, 1994
Piper, F. - Świebocka, T.: Auschwitz - Nazi Death Camp. Oświetim, 1996
Skotnicki, Aleksander B.: Oskar Schindler - w oczach uratowanych przez siebie krakowskich Žydów. Kraków, 2007
Stern, I.: Oskar Schindler der Mensch. Tel Aviv, 1968
Wiesenthal, S.: Spravedlnost nikoli pomstu. Ostrava, 1994
Wronski, Tadeusz: Obóz v Plaszowie - miejsce masowej eksterminacji ludnošci žydowskiej, polskiej i innych narodowosci w latach 1942 - 1945. Warszawa, 1981
Wundheiller, L. N.: Oskar Schindler´s Moral Development During the Holocaust. In: Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Vol. XIII, 1985

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