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Wanderlust: Tom of Finland In Turku, Gay Love Dances Through Hamburg, Belgrade Revists The Nazi’s Anti-Gay Agenda
Dec 14, 2011
“The Nazi Terror Against Homosexuals from 1933 to 1945”
Through December 23 at Belgrade City Museum
First introduced as part of Croatia’s Queer Zagreb festival in 2008, this haunting exhibit includes more than 150 photographs and other historical items that showcase the plight of the more than 100,000 LGBT people who were arrested during the Nazi regime, 15,000 of whom ended up in concentration camps.