In case you are wondering what they are, well, they are Israeli BDSM Nazi comic Books where officers from the allied forces would be tortured and sexually abused by german female SS officers, and then they break free, rape those officers and kill them.

The Sandmonkey blog: Informative, educational, disturbing! 

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  1. Roman Kalik
    September 7, 2007 at 9:26 am

    Interesting article. I disagree with much of what it says (the only naked women I saw when studying about the Holocaust were dead, and even then great care was taken in choosing what to show, for example) but I certainly never heard of these Stalags, and it’s as much an interesting a subject as it’s a gross one.

  2. Peter Garner
    September 7, 2007 at 12:58 pm

    Never mind Roman. Next time you undertake a course of study you would do well to treat it as a you would a beloved hobby or a pet snake and not as a badge of merit or social trophy. So very predictable – you must be Canadian. Jewish? Probably. Oppressive father? No doubt. It’s all there, old pal; in the way you write. You show your hand so clearly.

  3. Roman Kalik
    September 7, 2007 at 4:03 pm

    *raises eyebrow* Jewish, Israeli, religious, father wasn’t oppressive (though he did have higher hopes for me in the past), and I was born in the Soviet Union.

    Now, was there a point to this?

  4. Suzanne
    September 8, 2007 at 1:19 pm

    @Peter, go and express your boredom somewhere else.

    On-topic: the documentary about these magz were broadcasted during the Jerusalem Film Festival:

    It states:

    “Stalags were pocket books whose stories revealed lusty female SS officers sexually abusing camp prisoners. During the 1960s, parallel to the Eichmann trial, sales of this pornographic literature broke all records in Israel and hundreds of thousands of copies were sold at kiosks. The popularity of the Stalags only declined after a much-reported trial, in which their authors were accused of distributing anti-Semitic pornography. This film examines the notorious phenomenon, exposing the creators of this genre for the first time. It posits that the combination of pornography and the Holocaust also appears in canonic Holocaust literature and continues to be a widespread part of the representation of the Holocaust in Israe ltoday.”

  5. Josh Scholar
    September 11, 2007 at 5:36 am

    Rule 34 of the internet reads “there is porn of it, no exceptions,” meaning that no matter what the topic, someone has made porn out of it.

  6. Jason from Toronto (now Calgary)
    September 13, 2007 at 6:38 am

    You can learn alot about a people by their porn…

  7. Jason from Toronto (now Calgary)
    September 13, 2007 at 6:40 am

    You know you can learn alot about a people from their porn…

  8. Guiseppe Balsalmo
    May 3, 2008 at 12:11 pm

    Sensational mags with Nazi stories were a staple in America and were exported overseas. Mags like these were also popular on the continent. Sensational, fetishistic and lurid they’re hardly pornographic! Many of the graphics for the trailer for this fil were lifted from American mags. These mags were always considered a sub-sub-sub-genre. Why link them up to the usual holocaust bleating – almost every nation in the world apart from America and Britain has been the victim of genocide. The suffering Jew stereotype is really wearing thin. Pseudo-morality, prurience and whining, winging and generally spreading needless guilt with a trowel – in order to cover up a rabid political agenda. And you soft brained suckers fall for it every time.


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