SYDNEY, April 7 (Reuters Life!)
" A list of Jews saved from the Nazi death camps during World War II by the German industrialist Oskar Schindler has been found in research notes at an Australian library and will go on public display on Tuesday.
The list of 801 Jewish men was found among six boxes of papers that belonged to the Australian author Thomas Keneally who wrote the book "Schindler's Ark" that was the basis for the Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List" by Stephen Spielberg. The 13-page, yellowing, document was found tucked between research notes and German newspaper cuttings by a researcher at the New South Wales Library in Sydney sifting through the boxes of manuscripts acquired by the library in 1996."
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Schindler's List found in Australian library
Reuters: Schindler's List found in Australian library