Oskar Schindler's 14-page list that saved the lives of some 1,100 people who worked in his German factory during World War II is now for sale on eBay! Proving that for the right amount of money, you can buy pretty much ANYTHING!
So what's the asking price on this history changing document?
The bidding starts at $3 MILLION!!!
Included with your purchase comes a signed affidavit from Itzhak Stern's nephew. Stern, played by Ben Kingsley in the Steven Spielberg Oscar-winning film, was the man responsible for typing out the names who would be spared from Nazi concentration camps.
Even if we had $3 million, we're not sure this is a piece of history we'd feel comfortable owning. The list for sale is the only PRIVATELY owned copy left but 3 other existing lists are all housed in museums around the world.
See, a museum is where something as sacred as this belongs! Not someone's house!
What do YOU think??? Should Schindler's List be up for sale?
[Image via Universal.]
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