Canadian Journalist Herbert Steinhouse met Oskar Schindler in1946; Schindler told Steinhouse his story. At first, Steinhouse didn't believe him,. but by 1949, Steinhouse had written an article "The Man Who Saved 1,000 LIves."
That article pre-dates -- and validates --all subsequent Schindler research. An interview with Steinhoue and his original article open the book; there are sections about Schindler the man, the book "Schindler's List," the award-winning film and aspects of the Holocaust.
This is a major contribution to literature about the Holocaust.
"All interested parties will find this work both instructive and engrossing and Dr. Fensch deserves out congratulations for having compiled it," Thomas Keneally, the author of "Schindler's List," has written.