|October 26, 1939||Krakow becomes capital of German-Occupied Poland|
|December 1939||Schindler takes over enamelware factory in Krakow|
|1940 early 1941||Jews expelled from Krakow to other towns|
|March 1941||Ghetto established in Krakow|
|June 1942||Plaszow Camp constructed.|
|June October 1942||First large transport to Belzec Jews deported and mass shooting in Krakow|
|February 1943||Goeth in command in Plaszow|
|March 1943||Ghetto liquidated.|
|August 1944||Schindler builds his own camp at Emalia Schindler's factory closed.|
|September 1944||Workers taken to Plaszow|
|September 1944||Schindler selects Jews for N.K.F. factory.|
|October 1944||Schindler goes to Hungary to inform the world Evacuation of Jews to Brunnlitz (men) and Auschwitz (women)|
|January 1945||Plaszow closed|
|May 8, 1945||Remaining Jews sent to Auschwitz|
|May 9, 1945||World War 11 ends Soviet army liberates Brunnlitz|
|April 28, 1962||Schindler: Righteous Person Yad Vashem|
|October 9, 1974||Schindler dies in Frankfurt, Germany|
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