Erotic consentration camp
But images of the repulsive can also allure. The simultaneous invocation of Nazism, mass death and pornographic imagery multiplies this malaise tenfold. What is the intended effect of the combined display of images of death and sex, in the context of genocide? What discourse about history and memory shapes these representations? And, since not everything is equal, how do we distinguish between an image that is inappropriate or ethically questionable and one that causes us to reflect?
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Editor's Note: This is the second of two stories focusing on rape as a tool of war. The first story looked at the role of interviewers of rape victims. Both stories contain graphic language; discretion is advised. CNN -- The soldiers came for her at night.
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Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler had ordered the creation of camp brothels in His logic was chilling — male prisoners would work harder if offered the incentive of sex, and if only a few had this privilege it would crush solidarity. The mainly German women who had staffed them were too scarred by the experience to speak of it, whereas the male inmates who used them remained silent in shame.
Survivors and researchers usually present the concentration camp as the ultimate example of a total institution. The terror so zealously applied by the employees of the Schutzstaffel SS, protection squadron in the camps was indeed meticulously planned by the leaders of the SS — first and foremost Heinrich Himmler Sofsky, ; Armanski, ; Herbert, Orth and Dieckmann, ; Benz and Distel, Nonetheless, the idea that all terror was systematically organised is somewhat misleading. Camp regulations certainly gave the guards, like SS officers, the authority to punish prisoners. SS guards never officially had the right to use violence on prisoners arbitrarily, still less the right to kill them service pistols were only to be used in self-defence.