A documentary film premiering Wednesday evening on Israeli television sheds light on a dark corner of what is already the blackest of historical events. For the first time, Holocaust survivors who were raped or sexually abused as children and teens in the ghettos and concentration and labor camps speak on camera about what happened to them and how this sexual violence has scarred their lives over the 70 years since the war ended. It took Sarnat a significant amount of time to locate survivors who were raped or sexually abused as children or teenagers. Sarnat and her creative team decided to make the film using only the first-person testimonies of the survivors. There is no third-person narration and there are no talking heads providing historical context or psychological analysis.
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In World War II , Nazi Germany established brothels in the concentration camps Lagerbordell to create an incentive for prisoners to collaborate, although these institutions were used mostly by Kapos , "prisoner functionaries" and the criminal element, because regular inmates, penniless and emaciated, were usually too debilitated and wary of exposure to Schutzstaffel SS schemes. In the end, the camp brothels did not produce any noticeable increase in the prisoners' work productivity levels, but instead, created a market for coupons among the camp VIPs. After 30 June , a camp brothel existed in Auschwitz , and from 15 July , in Buchenwald. The one in Neuengamme was established in early , Dachau 's in May , Dora-Mittelbau 's in late summer, and Sachsenhausen 's on 8 August The camp brothels were usually built as barracks surrounded by a barbed-wire fence, with small individual rooms for up to 20 female prisoners, controlled by a female overseer Aufseherin.
We would eat well and have enough to drink. If we behaved and fulfilled our duties nothing would happen to us. So begins the wrenching account of Frau W. Those prisoners who had a privileged place in the camp hierarchy — exhibition curator Michael Sommer estimates about one percent of the forced labourers - could buy up to a quarter of an hour with one of the women for two Reichsmarks from the pittance they earned in the Nazi-run factories.