During the Nazi regime, there was widespread persecution of homosexual men, which started in 1871 with the Paragraph 175 of the German Penal Code. Thousands were murdered in concentration camps. This powerful and disturbing documentary, narrated by Rupert Everett, presents for the first time the largely untold testimonies of some of those who survived.
- Stars:Rupert Everett, Klaus Müller, Karl Gorath, Pierre Seel, Heinz F., Annette Eick, Albrecht Becker, Gad Beck, Heinz Dörmer,
- Country:UK, Germany, USA
- Director:Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman,
- Writer:Sharon Wood
Historian Klaus Müller interviews survivors of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals because of the German Penal Code of 1871, Paragraph 175. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paragraph 175 torrent reviews
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