Branded by the Pink Triangle
Second Story Press
Before the rise of the Nazi party, Germany, especially Berlin, was one of the most tolerant places for homosexuals in the world. But that all changed when the Nazis came to power. The pink triangle sewn onto prison uniforms became the symbol of the persecution of homosexuals, a persecution that would continue for many years after the war. A mix of historical research, first-person accounts and individual stories bring this time to life for readers.
LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Homosexuality; gay; gay men; gay adults
Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children's Non-Fiction, 2014, Finalist
Prix TD De Litterature Canadienne Pour L'Enfance et la Jeunesse, 2014, Finalist, English Language
Stonewall Book Award-Mike Morgan and Larry Romans Children's and Young Adult Literature Award, 2014, Honor, Children's (Young Adult Literature)
TD Canadian Children's Literature Award, 2014, Finalist, English Language
YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults, 2014, Nominee, Young Adult
World War II; Nazi occupation; concentration camps; bravery; homosexual persecution; war crimes
Setterington, Ken, "Branded by the Pink Triangle" (2013). DIVerse Families. 1390.