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Hidden holocaust? : gay and lesbian persecution in Germany, 1933-45 / edited by Günter Grau ; with a contribution by Claudia Schoppmann ; translated by Patrick Camiller.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: HQ76.3.G4 H6613 1995

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    Uniform Title
    Homosexualität in der NS-Zeit. English.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Chicago : Fitzroy Dearborn, [1995]
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    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.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Grau, Günter.
    Schoppmann, Claudia.
    Camiller, Patrick.
    Notes
    Translation from German of: Homosexualität in der NS-Zeit : Dokumente einer Diskriminierung und Verfolgung.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    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.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    188496415X
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    xxviii, 308 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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