THE NAZI PERSECUTION of HOMOSEXUALS

An Annotated Bibliography of Nonfiction Sources in English

By Gerard Koskovich

THE ELDORADO Nightclub (circa February-March 1933).
A famed destination in Berlin for lesbians, homosexual men,

transvestites of both sexes, and slumming tourists during the
Weimar Republic, the Eldorado was one of the first queer
establishments closed by the Nazis when Hitler came to power.

UPDATED
3 August 2000

BOOKS & ARTICLES

 

OTHER SOURCES

 

Authors A - L

 

 

 Documentary Films & Videos

Authors M - Z

 

 

Unpublished Oral Histories

     
     

Gerard Koskovich is an editor; historian; and queer antiquarian book dealer, scout and collector. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society of Northern California in San Francisco.

Koskovich has presented public talks on the Nazi persecution of homosexuals for community groups, at the University of California (Berkeley and Santa Barbara) and at Mills College in Oakland, Calif.

Koskovich's text for a 1994 exhibit that he curated on the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students at Stanford University, 1891-1974, is available on the Stanford Queer Resources Directory website.

Thanks to Prof. James Steakley of the University of Wisconsin at Madison for his ongoing suggestions and encouragement.

I am also grateful for citations suggested by Nan Alamilla Boyd, Hubert Kennedy, Harry Oosterhuis and Susan Stryker.

In addition, I wish to acknowledge the assistance I have received from the staffs of Green Library at Stanford University and the Interlibrary Loan Department at the San Francisco Public Library

  Please send comments and additional references to:

 

Gerard Koskovich
DAlembert@aol.com

P.O. Box 14301
San Francisco, CA 94114-0301
USA


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