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Ann Major. This Day In History. After the liberation of the camps, homosexuals were still treated as criminals. He was convinced that homosexuals constituted a biologically distinct gender — a human being between male and female. Inge Auerbacher. These guerrilla skirmishes especially alienated those Germans the majority, it is safe to say who wanted an orderly society in which to live and work.
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