Dr. Dinah Shindel, one of 1,200 Jews saved by inclusion on the list of employees German industrialist Oscar Schindler drew up to save Jews by employing them in his factories, passed away in Petach Tikvah at the age of 91. She was 12 years old at the time.
Her son, Doron, told Yediot Acharonot that Schindler became impoverished after the war and visited Israel annually. The people he saved revered and supported him financially.
“She was grateful to him until her last day,” another son recalled.