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goeth

(ˈɡəʊɪθ)
vb
an archaic form of the third person singular of go1
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He subsequently witnesses a massacre ordered by SS officer Amon Goth (Ralph Fiennes) and the businessman is deeply affected by the haunting image of a lifeless young girl in a red coat.
But Schindler convinced SSHauptsturmfuhrer Amon Goth, commandant of the nearby Krakow-Plaszow concentration camp, to allow him to move his factory to Brunnlitz in the Sudetenland, thus sparing his workers from almost certain death in the gas chambers.
Liam Neeson's is superb as the war profiteer turned unlikely saviour to the workers in his factory, while Ralph Fiennes is chilling as death camp chief Amon Goth.