"The Joy Divisions, appearing in Ka-tzetnik 135633's 1955 novel, The House of Dolls, describes a group of Jewish women in the concentration camps during World War II who were kept for the sexual pleasure of Nazi soldiers.
In the book, the barracks in which the women were kept were located in distant locations within existing concentration camps, usually close to the front lines. Troops on their way to the front spent a day drinking and molesting underage women. If they were not ' pleased ' with their prisoner, they could have her killed. These female prisoners were better fed than other prisoners of the camp, and were enslaved until they died.
The origin of Ka-tzetnik's book is not clear. Some say it is based on a diary kept by a young Jewish girl who was captured in Poland when she was fourteen years old and subjected to enforced prostitution in a Nazi labour camp. However the diary is not trackable. Others claim that it is based on the actual history of his younger sister ("The House of Dolls" is about the sister of Ka-Tzetnik's protagonist, Harry Frelshnik).
The book "Stella : One Woman's True Tale of Evil, Betrayal, and Survival in Hitler's Germany" is a biography of Stella Goldschlag who describes being threatened with being sent to into sexual slavery unless she cooperated with the Nazis.
There is no description of organized sexual slavery as a service for German solders in the scientific historical literature on the Third Reich. In particular, the Joy Division does not seem to appear in the mainstream historical literature."
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my german is terrible, and my english is horrible, so I don't know if it has a meaning
"...weil die mädels nicht nur leben fur Kinder, Kirche und Kuche!!"
"... because the girls don't only live for children, church and kitchen!!"
"unser Führer hat eine Schöne Frau für jedermann, die auf dich wartet"
"our leader has a beautiful woman for everyone, who waits for you"
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