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Hidden holocaust? : gay and lesbian persecution in Germany, 1933-45

Author: Günter Grau; Claudia Schoppmann; Patrick Camiller
Publisher: Chicago : Fitzroy Dearborn, ©1995.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Günter Grau; Claudia Schoppmann; Patrick Camiller
ISBN: 188496415X 9781884964152
OCLC Number: 32113814
Notes: Translation of: Homosexualität in der NS-Zeit : Dokumente einer Diskriminierung und Verfolgung.
Description: xxviii, 308 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: List of documents --
Register of persons --
Preface --
Abbreviations --
Persecution, "re-education" or "eradication" of male homosexuals between 1933 and 1945 : consequences of the eugenic concept of assured reproduction / Günter Gray --
The position of lesbian women in the Nazi period / Claudia Schoppmann --
pt. 1. Public discrimination against homosexual men : particular actions after 1933 --
a. Disputes about whether homosexuality should be a criminal office --
b. Police raids, bans and arrests : 1933 to 1935 --
pt. 2. Tightening up the law from September 1935 --
a. The National Socialist revision of Section 175 of the Penal Code --
b. Discussions concerning the prosecution of lesbians --
pt. 3. The stepping up of prosecutions from 1936 --
a. Nation-wide registration of homosexual men --
b. The Reich Office for the Combating of Homosexuality and Abortion - and instrument of practical implementation --
c. The consequences --
pt. 4. Intensified persecution after 1939 --
a. "Ruthless severity" in the Wehrmacht --
b. The death penalty for homosexuals in the SS and police - - c. Action in the occupied territories --
Austria --
The "Protectorate" of Bohemia and Moravia --
Poland --
Netherlands --
Deportations from Alsace to France --
d. Combating "homosexual transgressions" in the Hitler Youth --
pt. 5. Castration as an instrument of repression --
pt. 6. Homosexual men in concentration camps: the example of Buchenwald --
a. Pink-triangles prisoners at Buchenwald Concentration Camp --
b. Experiments in "reversal of hormonal polarity" at Buchenwald --
Appendix --
Sources of the illustrations --
Sources of the documents --
Index.
Other Titles: Homosexualität in der NS-Zeit.
Responsibility: edited by Günter Grau ; with a contribution by Claudia Schoppmann ; translated by Patrick Camiller.
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