A woman came to Oskar Schindler on behalf of her Jewish parents:

My parents are in Plaszow. They say, and I believe it, that coming to Emalia is the same as being given a Lebenskarte—a card of life. I have nothing I can give you; I borrowed clothes to get inside your factory. Will you bring them here for me?

Thomas Keneally, Schindler’s Ark, p.235

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