THE ROAD TO RESCUE : THE UNTOLD STORY OF SCHINDLER'S LIST
by Mietek Pemper
Oskar Schindler was a Sudeten German businessman who ran a factory during World War II and saved 1200 Jewish prisoners, from death, by manipulating Nazi leaders. His name became popular due to Steven Spielberg's 1993 film Schindler's List, which was seen by millions of people. The movie, though, was based on historical inaccuracies and falsities of events that never could have happened.
Mietek Pemper, a Polish Jew, was an inmate at the Plaszow concentration camp, who was forced to work for the sadistic camp commandant, Amon Goth, as his personal stenographer. Because Pemper was also fluent in the German language, he was able to understand the inner workings of the Nazi bureaucracy. In this capacity, Pemper gained access to classified documents and passed them on to Schindler.
The Road to Rescue is a phenomenal expose of one man's exceptional courage, bravery, defiance and eventual victory against a monstrous and murderous regime.
The record is now set right.