VISIT THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION
- The Burning of Books (4th floor)
- Enemies of the State (4th floor)
- Prisoners of the Camps (3rd floor): "mug shots" of prisoners
- Return to Life (2nd floor)
The Library has prepared an annotated bibliography on Gays and Lesbians in the Holocaust. For additional works on the subject, search the online catalog using the following Library of Congress Subject Heading to make your search more precise: Gays--Nazi persecution.
Limited number of documents pertaining to arrest and incarceration of homsexuals.
See the Museum's online Collections Search for more information.
ORAL HISTORY ARCHIVES
Interviews with gay men and lesbian women who were either persecuted by or participated in resistance against the Nazis are in the following Archival record groups (RG):
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Numerous photographs depicting the daily life of German homosexuals prior to their arrest, mug shots of those arrested under Paragraph 175, and the Institute of Sexual Research in Berlin. Samples of photographs that are in the public domain are available on the Museum's website. To view the entire collection, please make an appointment by calling (202) 488-6111.