Nazi exploitation also Nazisploitation is a subgenre of exploitation film and sexploitation film that involves Nazis committing sex crimes, often as camp or prison overseers during World War II. Most follow the women in prison formula , only relocated to a concentration camp, extermination camp, or Nazi brothel , and with an added emphasis on sadism , gore, and degradation. The most infamous and influential title which set the standards of the genre is a Canadian production, Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS Its surprise success and sequels led European filmmakers, mostly in Italy , to produce dozens of similar films. While the Ilsa series were profitable, the other films were mostly box-office flops, and the genre all but vanished by the mids.
Nazi sex slave story finally told at camp
Nazi sex slave story finally told at camp - The Local
We would eat well and have enough to drink. If we behaved and fulfilled our duties nothing would happen to us. So begins the wrenching account of Frau W. Those prisoners who had a privileged place in the camp hierarchy — exhibition curator Michael Sommer estimates about one percent of the forced labourers — could buy up to a quarter of an hour with one of the women for two Reichsmarks from the pittance they earned in the Nazi-run factories. No Jews worked at the brothels or were allowed to patronise them, and separate facilities were created for camp guards. Prostitutes were regularly tested for sexually-transmitted diseases to prevent outbreaks at the camps. Pregnancies were compulsorily ended by abortion.
German camp brothels in World War II
In World War II , Nazi Germany established brothels in the concentration camps Lagerbordell to create an incentive for prisoners to collaborate, although these institutions were used mostly by Kapos , "prisoner functionaries" and the criminal element, because regular inmates, penniless and emaciated, were usually too debilitated and wary of exposure to Schutzstaffel SS schemes. In the end, the camp brothels did not produce any noticeable increase in the prisoners' work productivity levels, but instead, created a market for coupons among the camp VIPs. After 30 June , a camp brothel existed in Auschwitz , and from 15 July , in Buchenwald.
Good wages and free board, accommodation and clothing are promised. What is not mentioned is that the clothing is an SS uniform. Today the flimsy wooden barracks for the prisoners are long gone. All that remains is an eerily empty, rocky field, about 80km 50 miles north of Berlin. But still standing are eight solidly built, attractive villas with wooden shutters and balconies.