The pink triangle prisoners: The Nazis’ persecution of homosexual men
World Jewish Congress
Published at : 17 Jan 2021
Immediately after the Nazis’ rise to power, homosexual men in Germany were persecuted, humiliated, imprisoned. In concentration camps they were singled out with pink triangles. For many decades afterwards, the victims were never acknowledged, their stories never told.
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