Virtual Student and Teacher Talk: The Oppression of the Gay Community in Nazi-Occupied Europe
February 22 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
To mark LGBTQ+ History Month, the Wiener Holocaust Library looks at the persecution faced by gay people in Nazi Germany, and some of the documents in Library’s International Tracing Service digital archive that contain evidence about their experiences.
The documents covered in this talk will provide some information about the men and women persecuted by the Nazis on the grounds of their sexuality, as well as insights into how Nazi persecution against gay people operated.
- To gain an overview of gay history in Europe.
- To consider Nazi policies towards the gay community.
- To use the Library’s collection to explore the persecution and discrimination the gay community faced in Nazi-Occupied Europe.
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