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Goth

a member of an East Germanic people from Scandinavia who settled south of the Baltic early in the first millennium ad They moved on to the Ukrainian steppes and raided and later invaded many parts of the Roman Empire from the 3rd to the 5th century See also Ostrogoth Visigoth
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But Schindler convinced SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Amon Goth, commandant of the nearby Krakow- Plaszow concentration camp, to allow him to move his factory to Brunnlitz in the Sudetenland, thus sparing his workers from certain death.
But Schindler convinced SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Amon Goth, commandant of the nearby Krakow-Plaszow concentration camp, to allow him to move his factory to Brunnlitz in the Sudetenland, thus sparing his workers from certain death.
Pemper's testimony has a double edge in that his fluency in German allowed him to penetrate the network of the German occupation, initially as an interpreter for thousands of Polish refugees who had been deported in 1938 from Germany to Poland, then as a member of the ghetto Judenrat in the summer of 1941, but above all as personal stenographer to Amon Goth, who became commandant of the Krakow-Plaszow camp in February 1943.