This is not surprising, the same thing happened in many fields. Hitler's views were presumably similar to those of the party that followed him. The core of Nazi policy was the idea of "race" and its fundamental importance to everything. An individual's own body was not their own to do with as they wished, but belonged to the German race.
Media Giant Found Peddling Nazi Porn – The Forward
Share via Email He is one of Germany's hottest young novelists. And, until last week, few in Germany's literary world doubted that Thor Kunkel's latest novel, Final Stage, was going to be anything but a rip-roaring success. The novel had all the right ingredients - sex, a lot of sex, Nazis, more Nazis, and a spectacular romantic finale. Furthermore, the book was based on original research carried out by Kunkel into one of the Third Reich's best-kept secrets - a series of pornographic films shot by the Nazis in the woods around Hamburg. Last week, however, Kunkel returned from a holiday in Amsterdam to discover that his publishing house had abruptly decided to cancel his novel two months before its scheduled release.
He used what he learned to write ''Endstufe'' or ''Final Stage,'' a page historical novel that centers on a biologist at the SS Hygiene Institute in Berlin who oversees production of the films. The story begins in , before any bombs fell on Germany, and portrays the Nazis as a leisure class obsessed with technology and hedonism. Yet Mr.
Premise[ edit ] Purported to be translations of English-language books by prisoners in concentration camps , these books were highly pornographic accounts of imprisonment, generally of Allied soldiers, sexual brutalization by female SS guards, and the prisoners' eventual revenge, which usually consisted of the rape and murder of their tormentors. History[ edit ] The books emerged from the culture of silence that surrounded the Holocaust , especially in Israel , until the Eichmann trial. Many young people lived in the shadow of these events, but could find no answers to their inevitable questions, whether from their parents or their teachers. For most of adolescents, the only[ dubious — discuss ] answers they could find were in the book House of Dolls a novella by K.