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Mr. Itzhak Stern

Wrong Itzhak Stern?

Accountant

Phone: +41 *********  HQ Phone
Schindler Elevator Corporation
20 Whippany Rd
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
United States

Company Description: Schindler Elevator Corporation designs, manufactures, installs, services and modernizes a broad range of elevators, escalators and moving walks for various...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Accountant and Plant Manager
    Stern
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The list itself was compiled by ...
www.i4u.com, 21 July 2013 [cached]
The list itself was compiled by Schindler's accountant Itzhak Stern, and it contains the names of ...
At the front of the line, ...
www.intellectmag.com, 30 Sept 2007 [cached]
At the front of the line, Schindler's voice distinctively addresses the administrators: "Itzhak Stern.
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I'm looking for Itzhak Stern. A bespectacled, timid man in the back corner of the office finally manages to acknowledge his identity as Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), a gifted accountant.
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In another office with Stern, the suave enterpreneur Schindler [a relatively-poor Sudeten German who failed as an entrepreneur before the war] discusses his capitalistic business arrangement and plan to take over a former, confiscated pots and pans company to manufacture mess kits and cookware for the troops at the front, and to make Stern his accountant. [Smooth and opportunistic, Schindler is 'on the make' with Jews as well as with the Nazis.] Schindler describes his strong suit in creating panache or "the presentation," while Stern's talent will be to recruit Jewish investors for capital, to provide 'free' Jewish workers (as cheap labor) from the population, and to manage the business and financial side of the operation:
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Stern: By law, I have to tell you, sir, I'm a Jew. Schindler: Well, I'm a German, so there we are. (Schindler pours a shot of cognac into the cap of his flask and offers it to Stern - who declines.) A
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Stern: I was just the accountant.
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Stern: I think most people right now have other priorities. Schindler: Like what? Stern: I'm sure you'll do just fine once you get the contracts.
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Stern: You don't have any money?
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Stern: What "community"? Jews can no longer own businesses. That's why this one's in receivership.
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Stern: Let me understand. They'd put up all the money.
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Stern: I'm sure I don't know anybody who'd be interested in this.
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Stern arranges to have several wealthy Jewish elders meet with profiteer Schindler in his car parked outside the ghetto gates to discuss investment backing in Schindler's pan-manufacturing factory. The Jewish investors are made to understand that conventional wealth and status no longer have any meaning for them. Their only bargaining power is to accept his harsh terms - he will supply them with some of the production goods - pots and pans - to sell on the black market:
Schindler: For each thousand you invest, I will repay you with (Stern provides the number) two hundred kilos of enamel ware a month, to begin in
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You told Mr. Stern you wanted to speak to me. I'm here.
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Stern has been appointed the factory's accountant and plant manager.
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Stern: The standard SS rate for Jewish skilled labor is seven marks a day, five for unskilled and women.
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Christ's sake. (Stern mechanically raises his glass slightly) Stern: Is that all?
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Stern: (in a hollow tone) You're welcome. (Schindler finishes both drinks)
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In his office above the factory, Schindler is presented with a financial report by Stern.
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Stern asks permission to bring in a grateful machinist, Mr. Lowenstein (Henryk Bista), to personally thank
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Later, Schindler angrily tells Stern that the 'one-armed,' old, unskilled worker shouldn't have been allowed to work:
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Schindler from a love-making session to the station to search for Stern - who has been mistakenly placed on one of the slatted livestock cars
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Boldly and brazenly, Schindler asks for the Gestapo clerk's name who has identified Stern's name on the list and dutifully
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joined by the intimidated clerk and sergeant, urgently calling out Stern's name, as the locomotive begins to move and pick up speed. After Stern is
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on the door is opened and Stern climbs out in the last-instant rescue.
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Stern's name on the clipboard list: "It makes no difference to us, you understand. This one, that one. It's the inconvenience to the list. It's the paperwork."
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Schindler learns that Stern has been set up in a separate office in the work camp at Plaszow, to deal directly with Goeth:
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Stern is concerned: "Herr Direktor, don't let the things fall apart.
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to Stern - a cigarette case - likewise appears with Goldberg.
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Slamming and opening doors provide the transition to the next scene in Stern's office in Plaszow.
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Stern: Are you losing money?
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Stern: What other point is -
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Stern: Nothing, nothing. We're just talking.
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parallel scene, Schindler unstraps his expensive wristwatch and instructs Stern: "Have Goldberg bring them over.
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Stern, who is walking by, to flinch - he passes by the fresh corpse of Lisiek.
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factory owner is surrounded by friends, Stern, Goeth, and other SS men.
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In Stern's office in Plaszow, both he and Schindler feel resigned to their fates.
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Stern demurs, mentioning that "special treatment" is the euphemistic term, being used more frequently in
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Stern: I think I'd better have it now. Unlike so many other times, Stern now accepts a glass of cognac, raises it slightly to acknowledge Schindler, and then drinks.
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Possibly due to his growing bond with Stern, Schindler is gradually transformed from a profiteer to a savior of the Jews from
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When the list nears completion, Schindler instructs Stern:
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Stern: What did Goeth say about this?
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Stern: The list is an absolute good.
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She is brought to the Brinnlitz factory to meet Stern - she has also volunteered to work in the clinic. In private, Stern brings
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Stern: We've received an angry complaint from the Armaments Board.
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Stern: They're withholding payment.
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Stern: There's a rumor you've been going around miscalibrating the machines.
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Stern: I don't see the difference.
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Stern: You'll lose a lot of money, that's the difference.
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Stern, if this factory ever produces a shell that can actually be fired, I'll be very unhappy.
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Stern: Do you have any money hidden away someplace that I don't know about?
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Stern: Oskar, there are eleven hundred people who are alive because of you.
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Stern: There will be generations because of what you did.
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Stern: You did so much.
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A person, Stern. For this. I could've gotten one more person and I didn't. He breaks down in Stern's arms, convulsing in remorse and guilt - some of the workers step forward and comfort him in their arms.
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Stern: Have you been in Poland? Russian: I just came from Poland. Stern: Are there any Jews left?
It was typed up by Itzhak ...
news.cnet.com, 19 July 2013 [cached]
It was typed up by Itzhak Stern, Schindler's accountant and "right hand man," who was played in Steven Spielberg's 1993 film by Ben Kingsley.
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The list up for auction was typed up by Schindler's accountant Itzhak Stern, played in the movie by Ben Kingsley.
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Stern gave the list to his nephew, who sold it to a private collector in 2011.
They say it is 'guaranteed authentic' ...
metro.co.uk [cached]
They say it is 'guaranteed authentic' and 'emanates from the family of Itzhak Stern, Schindler's accountant and right hand man'.
Schindler's list The list is said to be one of four in existence (Picture: eBay)
According to the item's description, all 14 pages are typed by Mr Stern on onion skin paper and are dated in pencil as 18 April, 1945.
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The story of the list became an Oscar-winning 1993 Steven Spielberg film, starring Liam Neeson as Schindler and Sir Ben Kingsley as Stern.
Global-Online-Store: DVD - Substores - Jewish Heritage
us.dvd-online-store.net, 4 July 2011 [cached]
Starring Liam Neeson as industrialist Oskar Schindler; Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth; Ben Kingsley as Schindler's accountant Itzhak Stern; and Caroline Goodall as Schindler's wife, Emilie.
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Starring Liam Neeson as industrialist Oskar Schindler; Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth; Ben Kingsley as Schindler's accountant Itzhak Stern; and Caroline Goodall as Schindler's wife, Emilie.
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