Suskind is a powerful tale of sacrifice by a man that was willing to risk everything to save people. Most of the Dutch people were afraid or apathetic, but the ones who did help, like Corrie Ten Boom, were true heroes. How sad that none of the Suskinds lived. As for those Diamonds, I suspect that may of the finest stones are in Germany, being handed down or sold. As an amateur Gemologist, I can tell you that the Jewish craftsman in Amsterdam cut the finest stones in the Amsterdam Diamond District, gems that make the filthy Diamonds so prevalent in the USA look like junk. Have a Jeweler loan you his loop and see for yourself, most have so many inclusions they are only fit to be used on the drill bits used to dig for Oil. The Germans were well aware of this, so the German Commandant knew that what Suskind had was worth risking his job if Suskind had simply disappeared. I hope he was killed or at least arrested before he could profit from them. It seems surreal today that a child's life could be bought for a stone, no matter how rare it was. I admit I get impatient waiting for The Lord's justice, but it happen to all who killed and abused innocents in WWII, if not in this life in eternity. SALUTE Suskind and thank you Amazon for offering the finest collection of war era films ever!