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As home to 1920s excess and Hitler's Final Solution, Berlin's physical and symbolic landscape was an important staging ground for the highs and lows of modernity. In Cold War Berlin, social and political boundaries were porous, and the rubble gave refuge to a re-emerging gay and lesbian scene, youth gangs, prostitutes, hoods, and hustlers.
About the Author
JENNIFER V. EVANS is Associate Professor of History at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Sheteaches a variety of courses in 20th century German history, while her primary area of research is the history of sexuality. She haswritten about the regulation of same-sex sexuality in Cold War Germany, pink triangle victims during and after the Holocaust, and queer erotic photography as a form of self-narration.
Table of ContentsIllustrations and Map Acknowledgements Introduction The Cellar and the Bunker The Street The Train Station Bars, Cafés, Clubs Home Conclusion: Borders and Boundaries Notes Bibliography Index