<p>A writer from Duesseldorf who was arrested for homosexuality. Duesseldorf, Germany, 1938. [RW 58-61940]</p>
<p>The Nazis posed as moral crusaders who wanted to stamp out what they labeled as the "vice" of homosexuality  in order to help Germany win the racial struggle.  They <a href="/narrative/4631/en">persecuted homosexuals</a> as part of their so-called moral crusade to racially and culturally purify Germany. </p>

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