By Dan Goldberg, October 24, 2008
A Holocaust survivor who owed his life to Oskar Schindler's famous "list" has died in Melbourne.
Leo Rosner, an accordionist, passed away aged 90. Born in Krakow, Poland, he was imprisoned in a nearby ghetto where he played his accordion in exchange for food. On the night of his wedding in 1943, he was taken to Plaszow, where he was selected by camp commandant Amon Goeth, who ordered him to play music to "celebrate" the mass murder of "Juden".