Righteous Among the Nations Oskar and Emilie Schindler.
During the war, Oskar opened several enamelware and ammunitions factories in Czechoslovakia. Hiring Jewish workers initially as free labor, he eventually ended up protecting them upon seeing the cruelty of the Nazis. Eventually when the Anglo-Jewish army liberated Czechoslovakia, he was captured and tried but quickly acquitted after the testimonies of his workers who related how he put his life in danger to protect them.
The Schindlers moved to Hamburg where they continued to amass a small but considerable fortune in factories and warehouses.
During the Second Arabian War, the couple was one of the most vocal voices of support for Israel in Germany. In 1962 they were declared Righteous Among the Nations and invited to plant a tree in their honour in Jerusalem.
They lived peacefully and pleasantly for the rest of their lives. Oskar died in 1974 and Emilie in 2001, both were buried in Jerusalem according to their wishes with all honors.