Synopses & Reviews
For decades, history ignored the Nazi persecution of gay people. Only with the rise of the gay movement in the 1970s did historians finally recognize that gay people, like Jews and others deemed "undesirable," suffered enormously at the hands of the Nazi regime. Of the few who survived the concentration camps, only one ever came forward to tell his story.
About the Author
Heinz Heger was the pen name of the late Josef Kohaut, an Austrian survivor who died in 1994.