Rudiger Lautmann

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Using socio-historical data some critical features of Nazi Concentration Camps are discussed: uniqueness vs. normality; extermination vs. re-education of gay prisoners. The special fate of the Pink Triangle in comparison to other non-Jewish victims is demonstrated. The determinative qualities of life and death conditions in the camps are: the National(More)
  • Raymond J Noonan, Rob Ert, +365 authors Phys I Cal Ed
  • 2006
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Having analyzed the fragmentary records of Nazi concentration camps, the author reports on the number and treatment of male homosexual prisoners. The total number of inmates officially defined as homosexual is estimated at about 10,000, although the number incarcerated varied greatly from camp to camp and as the war progressed. Pink-triangle prisoners had(More)
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