An woman saved by Oskar Schindler during the Holocaust has died in Sydney at the age of 94.
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Anna Reich, from the eastern suburbs of the city, immigrated to Australia in the 50s and became a leading figure in fashion with her label "Anna Rich," Australia's ABC reported. She died earlier this month.
Schindler, a German industrialist, saved more than 1,000 Jews employed in his factories from the Nazis during the Holocaust. His story was the subject of a 1993 Oscar-winning movie by Steven Spielberg.
Reich ended up in Schindler's factory after being sent to Plaszow concentration camp when she was 19, and then to Auschwitz Birkenau.
Anna Berger of the Australian Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Descendants said that Reich "was a very charming, very beautiful woman who managed to find herself rescued by somebody who really sacrificed himself and his family to do that," ABC said.