Camp japanese sex
Most of the sex workers were taken from the women's camps at Ravensbrück and Auschwitz to ‘brothels’ at 10 camps in Germany and the Nazi-occupied eastern territories.
The vast majority had been imprisoned for ‘anti-social’ behaviour - a crime arbitrarily defined under Hitler to include prostitutes but also women with suspect political ties or relationships with Jews.
Officially, the camps were called "labor companies" (Swedish: arbetskompanier).Their numbers were far smaller than the tens of thousands of ‘comfort women’ kidnapped across Asia to serve Japanese troops.But Ravensbrück centre director Insa Eschebach said the at least 200, predominantly German women who were enslaved also endured paralysing trauma, shame and scorn in an until-now largely taboo chapter of European history.Many leaders of China were put into labor camps after purges, including Deng Xiaoping and Liu Shaoqi.May Seventh Cadre Schools are an example of Cultural Revolution-era labor camps.
105 of the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO), adopted internationally on 27 June 1957.