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Arts under Hitler'a Nazi Germany

Arts under Hitler'a Nazi Germany

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"The Lavender Song", based on "Das Lila Lied" (Berlin, 1921; a gay/lesbian liberation song). An awesome bit of LGBT history! "Round us all up, send us away, that's what you'd really like to do. But we're too strong, proud, unafraid... The way that we dress, the way that we meet, the fact that you cannot destroy our love. We're going to win our rights to lavender days and nights." From 1921!

"The Lavender Song", based on "Das Lila Lied" (Berlin, 1921; a gay/lesbian liberation song). An awesome bit of LGBT history! "Round us all up, send us away, that's what you'd really like to do. But we're too strong, proud, unafraid... The way that we dress, the way that we meet, the fact that you cannot destroy our love. We're going to win our rights to lavender days and nights." From 1921!

Image from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/6d/Hitler_1928.jpg.

Image from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/6d/Hitler_1928.jpg.

List of Banned Books, Nazi Germany, 1932-1939

List of Banned Books, Nazi Germany, 1932-1939

Mauthausen.  Prisoners showing a furnace to their liberators.  Notoriously, at Auschwitz especially, prisoners were forced to collect the corpses of their gassed friends and family and load them into the ovens.  These "Sonderkommando" or Special Detail were at first given preferential treatment, only to be exterminated themselves after a month or two, so as not to be able to give away camp secrets in the event of their escape.

Mauthausen. Prisoners showing a furnace to their liberators. Notoriously, at Auschwitz especially, prisoners were forced to collect the corpses of their gassed friends and family and load them into the ovens. These "Sonderkommando" or Special Detail were at first given preferential treatment, only to be exterminated themselves after a month or two, so as not to be able to give away camp secrets in the event of their escape.

How the Germans invented Gay Rights  Magnus Hirschfeld and two cross-dressers, outside the Institute for Sexual Science.

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How the Germans invented Gay Rights Magnus Hirschfeld and two cross-dressers, outside the Institute for Sexual Science.

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