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31. Marcel Proust, A la recherche du temps perdu, op. 347. 32. According to Samuel Hynes, A War Imagined. 225. 33. The very witty Billing led a feisty campaign against the Jews, German music, pacifists, the Fabians, foreigners, financiers and internationalism. 20 A Myth is Born: Those Flamboyant Days verts, sodomites and lesbians, and said that at a time when Britain’s very existence as a nation was in danger, the producer J. T. 34 The trial was an enormous scandal and Billing was never seen as the defendant.
There are great-looking young men…”97 Many French works, whose writers were struggling to come up with a compelling subject, take on a tone of amused sympathy or virtuous indignation and simply enumerate the names and addresses of most of the homosexual bars and associations, sometimes constituting a virtual guide to homosexual life in Berlin. ” Well, I am not used to such direct assaults; my eyes blinked. ” Then, taking a look at the clock, he added, “You were well informed. But you’ve arrived a little early.
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A History Of Homosexuality In Europe: Berlin, London, Paris 1919-1939 by Florence Tamagne