Homosexuality and the Holocaust

In the Fall of 1933, the first transport of homosexuals arrived at Fuhlsb├╝ttel concentration camp in Hamburg, Germany, a small Nazi camp that has an estimated 500 victims. Over the course of the war about 5,000-10,000 homosexuals were killed in concentration camps and an estimated 100,000 were arrested. The basis for sending thousands of innocent … Continue reading Homosexuality and the Holocaust