A great quick read that opens your eyes.
A really fascinating and definitely important book. Not a very happy book, but it's presence helps contribute to a happy future for LGBTQA+ people, as it shows how bad things were in the past, both to ignite the flame in the already accepting to work harder to make it better, and to help show people who aren't so accepting that that lack of acceptance can have horrible outcomes. While it has details of the horrors of what happened in the lives of gay men during the 30s and 40s in Germany, it has glimmers of hope and love throughout.
Very readable, slim account of treatment of how the environment of Berlin changed for people who were gay, following the Nazi rise.
A brief (very brief) account of the treatment of gays by the Nazi's during their regime. Sadly, very little is known about this persecution because even after the fall of the Nazi's, being gay was still considered a crime. It wasn't until the 70's that men finally "came out" and told their story. Pretty heartbreaking at times.
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