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18:00 - 19:30 8 February 2010
LGBT History Month: Film Screening of 'Paragraph 175'
JZ Young Lecture Theatre |
Gower Street | London | WC1E 6XA |
'Paragraph 175' tells of a gap in the historical record and reveals the lasting consequences, as told through personal stories of men and women who lived through it: the half-Jewish gay resistance fighter who spent the war helping refugees in Berlin; Annette Eick, the Jewish lesbian who escaped to England with the help of a woman she loved; the German Christian photographer who was arrested and imprisoned for homosexuality, then joined the army on his released and imprisoned for homosexuality, then joined the army on his release because he 'wanted to be with men'; Pierre Seel, the French Alsatian teenager, who watched as his lover was eaten alive by dogs in the camps.
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