2/5 Poldek and Thomas set out to meet some of the Jews saved by Oskar.
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2/5 A momentous lunch at Chequers turns into a meeting with 'a man we can do business with'.
1/5 Thomas Keneally's account of his discovery of the story of Oskar Schindler.
1/5 Margaret Thatcher tackles the problem of Hong Kong.
5/5 Mark Twain gives his views on the behaviour of American forces in the Philippines.
5/5 The author journeys to Dachau to uncover Allach porcelain's dark history.
4/5 Mark Twain reflects on a cause celebre and what it reveals about President Roosevelt.
4/5 In Cornwall, the author explores William Cookworthy's contribution to porcelain's history.
3/5 Mark Twain recounts the fashion for duelling in 1870s Nevada.
3/5 How young alchemist Johann Freidrich Bottger unlocked the secrets of porcelain creation.