Rude Awakening

Friday, April 25, 2008

Transcript

For a few years in the early 1960s, small, pornographic books called Stalags were a runaway success in Israel. The books were set in Nazi prisoner-of-war camps and featured a complicated mix of violence, sex and revenge fantasy. And according to Ari Libsker’s new documentary, "Stalag," they shaped, and even perverted, a generation’s feelings about the Holocaust.

Comments [2]

Indiana John

Auschwitz had a brotherel, post office, swimming pool, and theatre for inmates.
Search in; Judicial-Inc

Apr. 30 2008 07:22 AM
Michael Zilberg from New york, NY

Mr. Lipsker's interview included a comment by the interviewer stating that "research has shown that there were no sex pleasure houses in the concentration camps". I am not a Holocaust scholar myself, but this comment brings me back to a picture of an Israeli kibbutz member, taken in the 1950s, which shows her upper chest branded with a tatoo reading "Feld Hure" ("Field Whore" in German) and a number. This picture is probably not orchestrated and thus raises some doubt regarding the comment made.

Apr. 27 2008 11:07 AM

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