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Četvrtak , 22 Februara 2024
A police car passes by the memorial "ARCUS (Shadow of a Rainbow)" dedicated to homosexuals persecuted during the Nazi era and created by artists Sarah Ortmeyer and Karl Kolbitz, after it was unveiled in Ressel park in Vienna, Austria on June 5, 2023. Homosexuality between adults was punishable in Austria from 1852 to 1971. After the country's annexation by the German Reich in March 1938, the number of men and women who were persecuted as homosexuals increased dramatically, and judicial sentences became much more severe. The Nazi authorities criminalized the accused and sent them to prison, psychiatric hospitals, surgery, or concentration camps. In Vienna alone, more than one hundred men were deported to concentration camps; less than one third of them survived. None were officially recognized as victims of the Nazi regime after Austria was liberated.,Image: 781572947, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: JOE KLAMAR / AFP / Profimedia

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