Male Homosexuality in West Germany: Between Persecution and Freedom, 1945-69

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Springer, May 22, 2012 - Social Science - 262 pages
Whisnant argues that the period after Nazism was more important for the history of homosexuality in Germany than is generally recognized. Gay scenes resurfaced; a more masculine view of homosexuality also became prominent. Above all, a public debate about homosexuality emerged, constituting a critical debate within the Sexual Revolution.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Policing and Prejudice after 1945
The Homophile Movement
Struggle over the Gay Scenes Boundaries
Reforming Paragraph 175
Notes
Select Bibliography Index
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CLAYTON J. WHISNANT is Associate Professor of History at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. He teaches a range of courses in twentieth century European history and his research focuses on masculinity, sexuality, and West Germany during the Cold War.

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