Some of Them Rare Copies That Had Helped Provide A Historiography for Nonconforming People.
By Brandy Schillace
Adolf Hitler was named chancellor on January 30, 1933, and enacted policies to rid Germany of Lebensunwertes Leben, or “lives unworthy of living.” What began as a sterilization program ultimately led to the extermination of millions of Jews, Roma, Soviet and Polish citizens—and homosexuals and transgender people.
|One of the first and largest
Nazi book burnings destroyed
the library at the Institute for Sexual Research.