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Examines the discovery of homosexuality by the medical and psychoanalytical professions in the 1890's and subsequent movements in Germany during the early years of this century. Uses historical and archival films of the period to chronicle events leading to the imprisonment of homosexuals in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. Survivors tell how they managed when Hitler was in power.

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  • "Examines the discovery of homosexuality by the medical and psychoanalytical professions in the 1890's and subsequent movements in Germany during the early years of this century. Uses historical and archival films of the period to chronicle events leading to the imprisonment of homosexuals in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. Survivors tell how they managed when Hitler was in power."@en
  • "Presents the events that led to the Nazi extermination of lesbians and gay men; the body and nature worship cult; the deification of same-sex friendship; the growth of gay bars; and the persecution of sexual radicals. Through archive film, photographs, and interviews, this documentary shows how the Nazi's made it their official policy to eliminate all homosexuals."@en

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  • "History."@en

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  • "Desire"@en
  • "Sexuality in Germany, 1910-1945"@en
  • "Desire sexuality in Germany 1910-1945 /"@en