Stalags

Release date: April 9, 2008
(NY)

Studio: Heymann Brothers Films

Director: Ari Libsker

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Genre: Documentary

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Taking their name from the Nazi prison camps in which they were set, "Stalags" were Israeli paperbacks whose stories featured lusty female SS officers outfitted with whips and boots, sexually abusing captured American or British pilots. In many of the "Stalags," the inmates eventually kill their captors and escape, but not before lurid sexual encounters are recounted in graphic detail. During the early 1960s, following the trial of Adolf Eichmann – revelations from which may have inspired this phenomenon – these books became Hebrew-language underground bestsellers. Their popularity only declined after a well-publicized trial in which their authors were accused of distributing anti-Semitic porn.

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