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hard read This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Great insight into history of Krak w as I read to familiarise with areas to visit. Like many other books I have read about WW2, this book was recommended to me by a friend It was an interesting read with many facts that I hadnt read elsewhere.The information told in this book is entirely heartbreaking Even after all the books I have read and the courses I have completed, I still find it upsetting to read of children buried alive on top of corpses, mass public executions and the ash of loved ones being burnt falling around them Let us never forget the trauma these innocent p Like many other books I have read about WW2, this book was recommended to me by a friend It was an interesting read with many facts that I hadnt read elsewhere.The information told in this book is entirely heartbreaking Even after all the books I have read and the courses I have completed, I still find it upsetting to read of children buried alive on top of corpses, mass public executions and the ash of loved ones being burnt falling around them Let us never forget the trauma these innocent people endured `Free ↮ Schindler's Krakow ☋ Nazi Germany invaded Poland onSeptemberand five days later Krakow fell Hans Frank s General Government then subjected the Polish and Jews to four and a half years of terrorThe story begins with the plundering of the city s treasures, the relocation of the people and the first arrests and executions The Jews were soon confined to Podgorze Ghetto, where they were forced to work in factories such as Oskar Schindler s The terror increased with deportations and the bloody liquidation of the ghetto as the Jews were moved into Amon G th s Plaszow concentration camp Selections and murders followed, while Schindler bribed and conned his way to save his workforce before moving them to his Sudetenland home town The Polish underground also fought back through sabotage, assassinations and propaganda, until the Soviets captured KrakowThis is an essential guide to Krakow a city of contrasts, with a medieval center and communist era outskirts Rawson details the relevant sights, including the Jewish Quarter, Wawel Castle, Podgorze Ghetto and Plaszow camp He also explores the relevant museums, including the Schindler factory, the Gestapo headquarters and the Home Army Museum The city is an ideal base for visiting nearby Auschwitz Birkenau