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The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True
The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True

The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True Life-and-Death Story of Homosexuals in the Nazi Death Camps by Heinz Heger

The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True Life-and-Death Story of Homosexuals in the Nazi Death Camps



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The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True Life-and-Death Story of Homosexuals in the Nazi Death Camps Heinz Heger ebook
Publisher: Alyson Books
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9781555830069
Page: 120


On the 70th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of France in May, 2010, the city of Mulhouse in eastern France will install an official plaque on a municipal building honoring the men persecuted by the Nazis for their homosexuality. Nationalism and respectability assigned everyone their place in life, man and woman, normal and abnormal, native and foreigner; any confusion between these categories threatened chaos and loss of control (Mosse 16). This text below is a phonetic transcript of a radio story broadcast by PRI's THE WORLD. The plaque will On May 13, he was deported to the Schirmeck-Vorbrück concentration camp near Strasbourg. After allowing American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer to claim that Adolf Hitler's Nazi Stormtroopers were largely comprised of gay men and that there are documented health risks to homosexuality, Costello threw the outspoken “I'm going to end this interview now, sir, because that's not true.” Yeah, the Nazis were so “Pro-Gay” that the Nazis made homosexuals wear Pink Triangles and then KILLED THEM before they ever got around to the Jews. The man believed to be the last surviving person sent to a concentration camp for being a homosexual decided to speak out. The male homosexuals had no outlet for homosexual subject matter until the eighties. His prison uniform bore a blue bar (not the pink triangle used at other camps), signifying both his Catholicism and "asocial" tendencies. It has been Now, a man believed to be the last survivor of those deportations has written about his life. Isn't that, you know, a teensy-weensy bit disrespectful to those who really suffered at the hands of the real Nazis, to imagine that some bloke who's made up a rule you don't like can be called one?) Anyway, what Well, here is the story behind the emotive headline, and here's the quote that the Mail have cherry-picked out of an adoption pamphlet aimed at single-sex couples:. Gay men were marked with a PINK triangle badge for being homosexual, while lesbians were designated with a black triangle for "antisocial behaviour". The pink triangle was worn by homosexual prisoners in Nazi concentration camps, interned due to their sexual preferences. Scarcely a word has been written on the fact that along with the millions whom Hitler had butchered on grounds of 'race,' hundreds of thousands of people were sadistically tortured to death simply for having homosexual feelings (Rector 115). Download MP3 More on the Pink TriangleLast Known Gay Holocaust Survivor Speaks Out in New Interview. So fond of them they gave them nice pink triangles to wear in the concentration camps. Although it was well known in the Death” underneath.

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