What Would You Do?

Would you join a militant political movement, risking not only your job but potentially your family, friends and public reputation? What physical and emotional trauma would you be willing to face? These were all questions that faced women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when they joined the emergent women’s rights and suffrage... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ History and the Holocaust

LGBTQ+ History and the Holocaust Associate Professor in History Paul Jackson blogs on LGBTQ+ victims of the Holocaust Paragraph 175 of the German Criminal Code was established in 1871, and essentially banned male homosexuality. Despite this, by the 1920s Berlin in particular had developed a reputation as a city that turned a blind eye to... Continue Reading →

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