The German Parliament has voted to overturn post–World War II convictions and compensate the survivors.
Under "Article 175," gay men were criminalized in post-World War II West Germany.
A proposed law would fine media companies that don't remove offending posts within a strict time frame.
Rudolf Brazda, who died six years ago, recounted his experiences surviving Buchenwald. Watch him tell his story as we honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
It doesn't feature the Führer's face on the cover, or any swastikas —they're illegal —but its publisher calls sales of the anti-semitic manifesto "overwheming."
Released in 1919, the gay love story Different From the Others has been restored and will screen at NewFest.
Paragraph 175, which outlawed homosexual acts, remained on the books until 1994.