Days of Masquerade by Claudia Schoppmann

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Through a series of interviews Schoppmann presents the life stories of ten lesbians who lived through the Nazi era. This book is a bold reminder of the "forgotten victims" of the Third Reich.


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Claudia Schoppmann is a writer on German women's history. She is the author of "Nationalsozialistische Sexualpolitik und weibliche Homosexualitaet"(1991), on Nazi politics and female homosexuality, and coeditor of "Nach der sho geborren"(1994), on second generation Jewish women in Germany. She lives in Berlin and works for Geschichtswerkstatt, a local history project. Allison Brown has translated several books, including with Belinda Cooper, H. Bredekamp's "Anti-Semitism in the Federal Republic of Germany" (1995), as well as numerous articles and papers. She lives in Berlin.
Published April 15, 1996 by Columbia University Press. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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