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Homosexuality and male bonding in Pre-Nazi Germany : the youth movement, the gay movement, and male bonding before Hitler's rise : original transcripts from Der Eigene, the first gay journal in the world

Author: Harry Oosterhuis
Publisher: New York : Haworth, 1991
Series: Journal of homosexuality, 22, 1/2
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Oosterhuis
OCLC Number: 470431788
Description: xx, 271 s. : ill.
Series Title: Journal of homosexuality, 22, 1/2
Responsibility: guest ed. and introduced by Harry Oosterhuis ; transl. by Hubert Kennedy

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