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Leo 9 Donating Member (560 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-03-09 04:31 PM
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7. In the words of the historian Myrna Goldberg:
In the words of the historian Myrna Goldberg: For men and women
who suffered during the long years of the Holocaust, the hell was
the same, but the horrors were different. Under the Nazi regime
certain women, those considered racially and hereditarily pure,
counted merely as mothers who should bear and rear as many
children as possible. On the other side of the scale was the
Nazis determination to exclude other women, those considered
of inferior stock, from bearing and raising children. Nazi sexism
was irrevocably intertwined with Nazi racism, and all women
were subjected to the Nazis double-edged policy.
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