From the blurb:
'Since Thomas Keneally's novel Schindler's List, and subsequently the Oscar-winning film, there has been intense curiosity about the real Schindler survivors. Now, for the first time, SCHINDLER'S LEGACY tells the remarkable true life stories of many of the Polish Jews saved from death in Nazi concentration camps. In their own words, they recount their barely imaginable war-time experiences, how their names came to be on the List, their attempts to rebuild their lives, their emotional reunions with Schindler many years later and the legacy that will stay in their families for generations. Ranging in age from late fifties to nearly ninety, the survivors' lifestyles are hugely varied: they include a multi-millionaire land developer, a retired violinist, a tailor and a world famous commercial photographer. Some have become committed Jews, others have rejected religion, some cling to the past, others have spent a lifetime trying to forget.'
Illustrated with striking black and white photographs from before the War to the present day.
The condition of the book is very good but the cover is slightly frayed, the first few pages have a few tears but otherwise in good condition.