Les sans pagEs/Lesbians* during the Holocaust

flyer for 'Lesbians during the Holocaust' edit-a-thon 27 January 2021

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EN: This in an international editathon Editathon On the occasion of the international Holocaust remembrance day on 27 January 2021, ELC, Queer Code and les sans pagEs are pleased to invite you to join them for an edith-a-thon with a special focus on 'Lesbians in the Holocaust', Jewish, Resistance fighters, asocials, Roma, Jehova Witnesses, people with disabilities, communists, anarchists and other categories of people persecuted by the Nazi regime.'

DE: In einem internationalen Editathon anlässlich des internationalen Holocaust-Gedenktages am Mittwoch, 27. Januar 2021 werden wir uns mit lesbischen Opfern des Holocaust beschäftigen. Wer etwas beitragen möchte über jüdische Personen, Widerstandskämpfer*innen, sogenannte "Asoziale", Romnja, Sintezza, weibliche Zeugen Jehovas, Behinderte, Kommunist*innen, Anarchist*innen und anderen Kategorien von Personen, die vom Nazi-Regime verfolgt wurden, ist ebenfalls herzlich willkommen.

FR: À l’occasion de la Journée internationale dédiée à la mémoire des victimes de l'Holocauste du 27 janvier 2021, ELC, Queer code et les sans pagEs ont le plaisir de vous inviter à les rejoindre pour un edith-a-thon avec un focus spécial sur ‘Les Lesbiennes durant l’Holocauste’, juives, resistantes, asociales, tsiganes, témoin de Jehova, personnes handicapées, communistes, anarchistes et autres catégories de personnes persécutées par le régime nazi.

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Practical details and registrationEdit

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EN: Contribute on your own language wiki, as an individual or as a project.

Time ː 10 PM CET (Paris- UTC plus 1) to 10 PM

1. Register here

2 Zoom link ː mail us to obtain the ZOOM link at lohman.leila(at)gmail.com

3. Add your pseudo in the participant section below

4. Join us on Zoom on the 27 th of January for the edit-a-thon 6 PM (UTC Paris) to 10 PM (link obtained by mail)

3. ZOOM LINK

Once you have registered, please email the organisers: lohman.leila(at)gmail.com to receive the meeting Zoom link/password to join us on the 27th.Edit

DE: Trage zu einer Wikipedia-Version in Deiner Sprache bei, als Einzelperson oder als Projekt.

1. Trage Dich hier mit Deinem Wikipedia-Namen ein: https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/Eurocentralasian_Lesbian_Community_-_Queer_Code_-_les_sans_pagEs/Lesbians_during_the_Holocaust_(27th_of_January_2021)/home

Zeit ː 10 Uhr ECT (Paris/Berlin) bis 22 Uhr

2. Ergänze Deinen Wikipedia-Namen unten in der Liste

3. Schließe Dich auf Zoom an am 27. Januar für die Abendzeit des Edit-a-thons von 18:00 Uhr (UTC Paris) bis 22:00 Uhr (Link folgt)

4 3. ZOOM LINK schick lohman.leila(at)gmail.com ein Mail um das Passwort und Link zur Konferenz zu bekommen

Program / ProgrammEdit

27 th of January 2021 / 27. Januar 2021ː

Training from 10 am to 6 pm /Training ab 10 Uhr bis 18 Uhr

   FR 10 am to 12 am: training wikimedia in French by Galahmm

   DE 2 pm to 4 pm: training wikimedia in German Medea7

   EN 4 pm to 6 pm: training wikimedia in English by Nattes à chat

Edit-a-thon

   18 h - 7 pm: Introduction/presentation: EL*C, Queer code, les sans pagEs

18h  : Einführung (en)

   19 h - 9 pm: editing

19 pm Zeit zum Editieren

   21 h - 9.30: presenting results

21:30: Zusammentragen der Ergebnisse


Ilse Totzke (1

IT-WikipediaEdit

FR-WikipediaEdit

Explications détaillées sur la page en français ici ː

Project page ː https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Projet:Les_sans_pagEs/Lesbiennes_durant_l%27Holocauste

Articles manquants en françaisEdit

Femmes victimes de l'Holocauste

Tutoriels en français pour apprendre WikipediaEdit

Tutoriels en français

EN- WikipediaEdit

Ressources to lern how to edit in English from Women in red project. Before crating an article, check out the General notability guidelines.

General ressources to learn how to edit ːEdit

Writing women biographiesEdit

Working listEdit

Redlinks for women on en.wikiEdit

Articles to translate / create in English

DE-WikipediaEdit

Verfolgung in der Zeit des NationalsozialismusEdit

In Deutschland gab es, im Gegensatz zu Österreich, kein Gesetz gegen die lesbische Liebe, lesbische Frauen wurden daher -anders als homosexuelle Männer- in Konzentrationslagern nicht durch einen Rosa Winkel o. ä. gekennzeichnet und auch nicht systematisch verfolgt. Trotzdem sind Fälle lesbischer Frauen bekannt, deren Lebensentwurf Anlass zur Verfolgung bot, sie wurden meist als "Asoziale" deklariert und mussten im Konzentrationslager den schwarzen Winkel tragen. Einzelfälle in den Zugangslisten des Konzentrationslagers Ravensbrück kennzeichnen dies durch ergänzende Bemerkungen neben dem Haftgrund.[6]

Wikipedia lernen auf DeutschEdit

Arbeitsliste auf DeutschEdit

DE: Artikel, die zu ergänzen sind und eventuell weitere Ressourcen enthalten:

ReservierungenEdit

  • Mary Pünjer (Übersetzung aus der französischen Wikipedia, Import beantragt) reserviert von --Reisen8 (talk) 17:03, 24 January 2021 (UTC)

Quellen auf Deutsch und in anderen SprachenEdit

CommonsEdit

WikidataEdit

Introduction to WikidataEdit

SPARQL queries ː

Open street map Stolpersteine and LGBTIQ centersEdit

RessourcesEdit

External sourcesEdit

https://europeanlesbianconference.org/gedenkkugel-lesbian-commemorative-orb-ravensbruck/ (EN)

InternEdit

DE: Artikel, die zu ergänzen sind und eventuell weitere Ressourcen enthalten:

DE to other languages

HistoryEdit

  • Holocaust Memorial Museum [7]
  • The Holocaust explained [8]
  • Holocaust USHM encyclopedia [9]
  • The Duplicity ofTolerance: LesbianExperiences inNazi Berlin, Sage pub, [10]
  • Stanford researcher sheds light on life of lesbians in Nazi Germany [11]
  • Gay Pride Month Inspires Testimony and Blog Series [12]
  • Listening to lesbians [13]
  • LGBTIQ Holocaust survivor [14]

MemorialsEdit

  • Rainbow festival [15]

BibliographyEdit

  • Mickaël Bertrand (dir.), La déportation pour motif d'homosexualité en France, Mémoire Active, 2011.
  • Jean LE BIHOUX, Les oubliés de la mémoire, Hachette Littérature, 2002. p.75-78,ISBN 9782012356252
  • Claudia SCHOPPMANN, Nationalsozialitische Sexualpolitik und weibliche Homosexualitäti ("La position des femmes lesbiennes à l'époque nazie"), ed. Centaurus, Berlin, 1991 (ISBN 3-89085-538-5)
  • Gérard KOSKOVICH, De l'Eldorado au IIIe Reich, trad. Franck Zanni
  • Florence TAMAGNE, Histoire de l’homosexualité en Europe (Berlin, Londres, Paris, 1919-1939), Éditions du Seuil, coll. « L’Univers historique », Paris, 2000 (ISBN 2020348845)
  • Erica FISCHER, Aimée et Jaguar, ed. Stock, Paris, 1995
  • Claudia SCHOPPMANN, Verbotene Verhältnisse : Fraeunliebe, 1938-1945, ed. Queverlag, Berlin, 1999.

Participants / TeilnehmendeEdit

  1. Nattes à chat (talk) 16:37, 17 January 2021 (UTC) fr de and enwiki
  2. Iva (talk) 08:25, 18 January 2021 (UTC) dewiki
  3. Kristina Millona (talk) 18:45, 19 January 2021 (UTC)
  4. Joalpe (talk) ptwiki
  5. Tatakdh (talk) (only the evening) fr wiki
  6. FrimousseRoche (talk) fr wiki
  7. Cyborgmanifiesta (talk) fr wiki
  8. Kristina Millona (talk) en wiki ?
  9. DucalmeJoe (talk) frwiki and enwiki
  10. Wiki hilarymcc (talk) on enwiki
  11. Andra.purdea (talk) on enwiki
  12. Cupidme7 (talk) on enwiki
  13. Elisenac (talk) on enwiki
  14. Grizma (talk) 15:33, 21 January 2021 (UTC) en wiki ? so sorry not to be able to participate ...  
  15. Platywiki (talk) on enwiki
  16. Galahmm es and fr wiki
  17. Lena fr wiki
  18. tyseria on frwiki
  19. Okhjon on frwiki (only the evening)
  20. Lajmmoore (talk) 19:47, 21 January 2021 (UTC)
  21. Rosiestep (talk) 00:56, 23 January 2021 (UTC)
  22. Lewisiscrazy Fr-wiki in the evening
  23. Ipigott (talk) 16:21, 24 January 2021 (UTC) Please contact me for help on the EN wiki
  24. MDelargy en wiki ?
  25. Zarahsonne en wiki ?
  26. Uckermark20 en wiki ?
  27. Scriptance fr wiki
  28. Maria Ghenț en wiki ?
  29. Maria W 43 en wiki ?
  30. Aishakeez en wiki ?
  31. Reisen8 (talk)
  32. Zblace
  33. WikiVeniVox
  34. Shikeishu (talk) 12:37, 26 January 2021 (UTC) dewiki / enwiki
  35. Marieacl
  36. Elizik shipovnik
  37. Irithyll 37
  38. Wikiwiki0007
  39. Irithyll 37
  40. Tacha1200
  41. RachelWex en wiki (not sure if I will be able to attend the actual event but will make some related edits that day to be counted toward the editathon)
  42. Zartesbitter de wiki
  43. Adelue
  44. Rédacteur aurore
  45. LazerEditor123
  46. Sephirdou
  47. SilviaYuri00 fr wiki
  48. Marame Tout Court
  49. Delia Vermant
  50. Fifthcoastbobcat (talk) on enwiki

EinzelnachweiseEdit

  1. https://www.tagesspiegel.de/gesellschaft/queerspiegel/lesben-im-nationalsozialismus-ich-wollte-nicht-sterben-bevor-ich-eine-frau-gekuesst-habe/20603344.
  2. https://www.tagesspiegel.de/gesellschaft/queerspiegel/lesben-im-nationalsozialismus-ich-wollte-nicht-sterben-bevor-ich-eine-frau-gekuesst-habe/20603344.html%7Csite=www.tagesspiegel.de
  3. ttps://www.filmsdocumentaires.com/films/3211-parce-que-j-etais-peintre
  4. ttps://www.ravensbrueck-sbg.de/en/collections-and-research/highlighted-objects/|site=www.ravensbrueck-sbg.de
  5. https://www.orellfuessli.ch/shop/home/artikeldetails/ID43040068.html%7Csite=www.orellfuessli.ch
  6. Claudia Schoppmann: Nationalsozialistische Sexualpolitik und weibliche Homosexualität. 2. Auflage, 1997, ISBN 3-86226853-5
  7. https://www.ushmm.org/collections/bibliography/gays-and-lesbians
  8. https://www.theholocaustexplained.org/life-in-nazi-occupied-europe/oppression/lesbians/
  9. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/lesbians-and-the-third-reicɦ/
  10. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0022009417690596
  11. https://news.stanford.edu/press-releases/2017/06/13/lesbians-enjoyedion-nazi-germany/
  12. http://sfi.usc.edu/news/2015/06/9459-gay-pride-month-inspires-testimony-and-blog-serieʂ
  13. https://listening2lesbians.com/2020/10/08/ild-lesbians-under-the-third-reich/
  14. https://www.nypl.org/blog/2017/06/06/honoring-lgbt-jewish-holocaust-survivorʂ/
  15. https://www.rainbowfilmfestival.org.uk/2016/08/17/holocaust-memorial-day-screening-triangles-witnesses-of-the-holocaust/

General working list (in the making)Edit

Picture Article Description en de fr it es pt ru Σ
Wikidata st.
1 Ruth Jacobsen (1932-2019) German-born lesbian artist, survivor of the Holocaust + - + - - - - 2 Q105013284 12
2 Mary Pünjer (1904-1942) German lesbian saleswoman and victim of the Holocaust + + + - - - - 3 Q94639685 21 +
3 Krystyna Zaorska (?) Polish-born artist, survivor of the Holocaust + - - - - - - 1 Q105014271 11
4 Margarete Rosenberg (1910-1985) bisexual woman victim of the Holocaust in Ravensbrück + - - - - - - 1 Q94639802 12
5 Henny Schermann (1912-1942) gerrman lesbian seller victim of the Holocaust + - + + - - - 3 Q3784832 16 +
6 Elsa Conrad (1887-1967) jewish lesbian survivor of the Holocaust - - + - - - - 1 Q105069432 10
7 Ilse Totzke (1913-1987) German lesbian musician victim of the Holocaust + + + - - - - 3 Q28000293 17
8 Elli Smula (1914-1943) German lesbian tram conductor, victim of the Holocaust + + + + + - - 5 Q21914475 15 +
9 Thea C. Spyer (?) jewish lesbian survivor of the Holocaust - - - - - - - 0 Q105033319 7
10 Margot Liu (1912-1993) jewish lesbian dancer victim of the Holocaust - - - - - - - 0 Q94771721 12
11 Lotte Hahm (1890-1967) renowned activist of the lesbian movement in Weimar Germany + + - - - - - 2 Q96112790 10
12 Felice Schragenheim (1922-1944) Lesbian journalist, Resistance member, Holocaust victim + + + + + - - 5 Q74790 17 +
13 Evelyn Torton Beck (b. 1933) psychologist + + - - - - - 2 Q17321561 12
14 Ovida Delect (1926-1996) French trans poet, communist and victim of the Holocaust + - + - - - - 2 Q34651286 14
15 Claude Cahun (1894-1954) French artist (1894-1954) + + + + + - + 6 Q219634 38 +
16 Thérèse Pierre (1908-1943) French lesbian resistant + - + - + - - 3 Q3527364 19 +
17 Eva Kotchever (1891-1943) A lesbian bar owner in Chicago, New York and Paris; librarian and writer died in Auschwitz + + + + + + - 6 Q45901113 23 +
18 Eva Siewert (1907-1994) German journalist, writer, radio announcer and singer + + + - - - - 3 Q62019787 11 +
19 Gunvor Hofmo (1921-1995) Norwegian writer + + + - - - + 4 Q455423 16 +
20 Ruth Maier (1920-1942) Austrian author and holocaust victim + + + - + - + 5 Q113097 17 +
21 Irena Klepfisz (b. 1941) Lesbian polish-american author, activist + - + - - - - 2 Q6068804 16 +
22 Gertrude Sandmann (1893-1981) German painter and jewish lesbian victim of the Holocaust (1893-1981) + + + - + - - 4 Q1515790 19 +
23 Helga Hošková-Weissová (b. 1929) Czech artist and Holocaust survivor (b. 1929) + + + + + - - 5 Q3501542 14 +
24 Anne Frank (1929-1945) German-born diarist and Holocaust victim (1929-1945) + + + + + + + 7 Q4583 44 +
25 persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust discrimination, torture, and murder concerning homosexual people in Nazi Germany + + + + + + + 7 Q718858 2 +
26 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Holocaust Memorial   memorial in Sydney + - + - + - - 3 Q2083566 10 +
27 Pink Triangle Park   mini-park located in the Castro District of San Francisco, California. + + + - + - + 5 Q1893618 8 +
28 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum   United States' official memorial to the Holocaust in Washington, D.C. + + + + + + + 7 Q238990 19 +
29 German camp brothels in World War II brothels in Nazi concentration camps + + + + + - + 6 Q552801 2
30 Holocaust Memorial Days + - - + - - - 2 Q16844309 0
31 Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism in Berlin   memorial in Berlin + + + + + - + 6 Q568945 10 +
32 Frankfurter Engel   sculpture + + + + + - + 6 Q553189 11 +
33 Memorial to gay and lesbian victims of National Socialism   memorial in Koln + + + - + - + 5 Q325162 7 +
34 Homomonument   memorial in Amsterdam + + + + + - + 6 Q51411 14 +
35 Homomonument in Utrecht   memorial in Utrecht - - - - - - - 0 Q60782326 9 +
36 Memorial to rom and sinti victims of National Socialism   memorial in Bonn - - - - - - - 0 Q104631357 10 +
37 Playing for Time 1980 television film + - - + - + - 3 Q7203418 18
38 Monument against homophobia in Sitges   memorial in Sitges - - - - + - - 1 Q5839436 6 +
39 Memorial to homosexuals persecuted under Francoist   memorial in Durango - - - - + - - 1 Q6021909 5 +
40 Plaza de la Diversidad Sexual   place memorial in Montévidéo, Urugauy + - + - + + + 5 Q2085263 6 +
41 black triangle badge used in Nazi concentration camps to mark prisoners regarded “asocial” or “work-shy”, including thieves, murderers, prostitutes, nonconformists, nomads, Aryans who engaged in sexual relations with Jews, and lesbians + + + + + + + 7 Q689435 6 +
42 asocial pejorative term used during the Nazi regime to mark people regarded as inferior from socially marginalized groups - + - - - - - 1 Q98058427 2
43 pink triangle badge used in Nazi concentration camps to mark homosexual male prisoners, later international symbol of gay pride and the gay rights movement + + + + + + + 7 Q165371 4 +
44 Barbara Hammer (1939-2019) American filmmaker + + + + + + + 7 Q456923 27 +
45 Annette Eick (1909-2010) Jewish lesbian author and poet + + + - + - - 4 Q61779893 10
46 Vera Lachmann (1904-1985) German poet, classicist and educator + + + - - - - 3 Q1570300 16 +
47 Ans van Dijk (1905-1948) Dutch criminal (1905-1948) + + + + - - + 5 Q2659273 14 +
48 § 175 StGB paragraph regarding homosexual practise in Germany until 1994 + + + + + + + 7 Q249348 7 +
49 Nice Jewish Girls: A Lesbian Anthology edition of a book - - - - - - - 0 Q105061499 7
50 Où sont nos amoureuses 2007 film by Robin Hunzinger - - + - - - - 1 Q3359287 6
51 Martha Halusa (?) dancer - - - - - - - 0 Q105061634 7
52 Captured Hehalutz fighters famous Warsaw Ghetto Uprising photograph from Stroop Report + - - - - - - 1 Q57245042 11 +
53 Convoy of the 31 000 deportation transport of the 24th of January 1943 with women resistants from Compiègne to Auschwitz + - + - - - - 2 Q30726921 7
54 Ina Boekbinder (1915-1987) member of the dutch resistance + - - - - - - 1 Q2396511 11 +
55 Marie-Claude Vaillant-Couturier (1912-1996) French communist politician, photojournalist and member of the French Resistance (1912-1996) + + + - - - + 4 Q274267 32 +
56 Adélai͏̈de Hautval (1906-1988) French psychiatrist victim of the Holocaust + + + - - - - 3 Q380374 20 +
57 Charlotte Delbo (1913-1985) French writer and resistance fighter (1913-1985) + + + + + - - 5 Q452272 24 +
58 Danielle Casanova (1909-1943) French resistance member (1909-1943) + + + + - + + 6 Q457505 22 +
59 Yvonne Picard (1920-1943) French philosopher + + + - - + - 4 Q2602418 18
60 Germaine Pican (1901-2001) French politician - - + - - - - 1 Q3104212 17
61 Hélène Solomon-Langevin (1909-1995) French politician and Resistance member + - + - - + - 3 Q3144863 25 +
62 Laure Gatet (1913-1943) French biochemist, member of the French Resistance, deported to Auschwitz + + + - - - - 3 Q3218758 22 +
63 Marie Alizon (1921-1943) - - + - - - + 2 Q3292338 17
64 Marie Politzer (1905-1943) French midwife, resistant and activist - - + - + - + 3 Q3292749 19 +
65 Rose Blanc (1919-1943) - - + - - - - 1 Q19951874 16
66 Madeleine Passot (1914-2009) communist agent in the French Resistance + - + - - + - 3 Q21009704 17
67 Madeleine Dissoubray (1917-2012) French resistance fighter and teacher (1917-2012) - - + - - - - 1 Q21648476 16
68 Hélène Fournier (1904-1994) french resistant and survivor of the Holocaust - - + - + - - 2 Q27165107 19
69 Marie-Élisa Nordmann-Cohen (1910-1993) French chemist - - + - + - - 2 Q55418533 12
70 Louise Magadur (1899-1992) French resistance fighter, Communist and Holocaust survivor + - + - - - - 2 Q98603247 17 +
71 Marie Dubois (1915-1945) French Resistance woman fighter - - + - - - - 1 Q98687617 14
72 Hélène Fournier (1904-1994) french resistant and survivor of the Holocaust - - + - + - - 2 Q27165107 19
73 Marie-Élisa Nordmann-Cohen (1910-1993) French chemist - - + - + - - 2 Q55418533 12
74 Marie Dubois (1915-1945) French Resistance woman fighter - - + - - - - 1 Q98687617 14
75 Alice Varailhon (1897-1943) French resistant deported in the 31000 convoy - - - - - - - 0 Q100315967 12 +
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Q3359287 Q105061499 (to be included in table when Lua accepts itǃ) Q105061634