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Jerusalem: Oskar Schindler (1908-1974), a German businessman saved hundreds of Jews from death at the hands of the Nazi's, by employing them in his factory. He was honoured by the government of Israel and his request to be buried in Israel was granted. He is buried in the Christian Cemetery on Mount Zion where Jews place stones on his grave as is their tradition, to indicate love and respect.