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Schindler's list typist dies at 107

(JNS) — Mimi Reinhard, a secretary in Oskar Schindler’s office who typed up the list of Jewish men, women and children to be saved from death by Nazi Germany, died in Israel on April 8 at the age of 107.

She was buried Sunday, April 10, in Herzliya, said her son, Sasha Weitman, as reported in the AP.

Born Carmen Koppel in Vienna, Austria, in 1915, Reinhardt moved to Krakow, Poland, before the start of World War II and was forced into the Krakov ghetto when the Nazis invaded the country in 1939.

In 1942, she was sent to the Plaszow concentration camp, where she worked in the administrative offi...


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