- open policy of criminalizing homosexuality
- I don't think you can say this because this implies some sense of justice, i.e. that the policy was enforced uniformly, which it was not. The Nazi's anti-homosexual laws were very similiar to Wikipedia's rules, i.e. selective enforcement based upon who you and who your friends are. See for example here, " The great Wagner baritones Friedrich Schorr, a Hungarian Jew, and Herbert Janssen, a homosexual Aryan, were forced into exile. Yet the tenor Max Lorenz, who was famously gay despite a marriage of convenience with a Jewish woman, enjoyed Hitler's personal protection."
- So unless you wish to clarify this point, it may need to be removed until someone else choses to do so. Rob Smith 17:59, 30 September 2007 (EDT)