The 'Dishonorable' German Girls The Forgotten Persecution of Women in World War II

Hitler's Gestapo arrested thousands of women for admitting they had affairs with foreign forced laborers in Germany, despite many confessions being false and made under duress. Men were often executed and women sent to concentration camps for the crime of "racial defilement." Some continued to suffer the consequences long after the end of the war.
Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan
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