Germany OKs monument

Wockner, Rex
December 2003
Bay Windows;12/25/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p10
Reports on the approval of Germany's Parliament on the construction of a monument in Berlin's Tiergarten park to commemorate gay victims of the Nazis. Number of gays persecuted by the Nazis; Group who supported the construction of the monument.


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