Schindler's List Up For Auction
The real Schindler's List is to go under the hammer in New York.
The list of Jewish workers German industrialist Oskar Schindler kept to protect his workforce and their families during the Holocaust inspired Steven Spielberg's moving 1993 film.
A New York memorabilia dealer claims he has the last privately-owned copy of the manuscript
Schindler's deception and heroism helped save more than 1,000 Jews during World War II.
The dealer, Gary Zimet, claims the family of Schindler's accountant, played by Ben Kingsley in the film, owned the list for close to six decades before selling it privately to its current owner, who is seeking $2.2 million for the item.
Auction details are yet to be announced.