Exhibition For The Homosexual Vicims Of The Holocaust January 27th 2011 In Manchester
I have not been around for a few months, so I am sorry if I have not said hello.
Earlier this year in August I completed my thesis on the homosexual victms of the holocaust starting in 1930s right through til 1969, this was acknowledged by the lesbian and gay foundation in Manchester and the university of manchester and I was asked to research alot further to create an exhibition.
on January 27th 2011 for the holocaust memorial day we are having an exhibition in the lesbian and gay foundation showing all the research and images that I have collated together showing how the homosexuals became persecuted by the nazis and later imprisoned in concentration camps. We start in the cabaret era in Berlin from 1919 to 1933 all the way to present day showing the camps, the paragraph 175, the fight to repeal it, christopher isherwood, the fall of the berlin wall and the ongoing holocaust that homosexuals are enduring in other countries,.
I have now just finished all the research gathering and soon we shall begin publicising in the UK for the exhibition, The publicity has begun now for the exhibition for mor information please click the links below.
(this link is the information for our exhibition launch, times etc.)
(this link is for the LGBT short film night we are having on the sunday.)
If any of you do come I do look forward to meeting you all, however it should be on the internet too so will place the link to that here as well when I get that one.
Thanks For Reading and Happy Hubbing.
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