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Homosexuals are Not Cowards: How Openly Gay Artist Willem Arondeus Fought the Nazis

He was a courageous, openly gay Dutch painter who fiercely resisted the Nazis in Holland before he was executed

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In 1933, Nazis Quickly Declared a ‘National Emergency’ Then Tortured and Murdered Queer People

This month marks 86 years since the Nazis’ tactic to allow the kidnapping, torture and murder of queer people

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The Nazi Attack on Queer People Began 87 Years Ago Today

87 years ago today, the Nazis burned down the Institute of Sex Research — in minutes, the world’s knowledge of sexuality was set back decades

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The Unreal Story of Claude Cahun, the Lesbian Photographer Who Fought Off the Nazis

The story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore sounds nearly improbable: two Jewish stepsisters-slash-lovers who lived as old ladies and wrote anti-Nazi propaganda!

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