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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II.
Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law
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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

The Federal Office of Justice said on September 13 that, up to the end of August, 317 people had applied for compensation and it had been paid out in 249 cases

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Germany compensates 249 people persecuted under Nazi homosexuality law

Over 68,000 men were convicted under the law first introduced in the 19th century

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II

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Germany compensates 249 people persecuted over Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality

Homosexuality was decriminalized in 1969 but the legislation wasn't taken off the books entirely until 1994.

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II.

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II. The Federal Office of Justice said Monday that, up to the end of August, 317 people had applied for compensation and it had been paid out in 249 cases. So far, it has paid out nearly 860,000 euros (just over $1 million). German l…

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II.The Federal Office of Justice said Monday that, up to the end of August, 317 people had applied for compensation and it had been paid out in 249 cases. So far, it has paid out nearly 860,000 euros (just over $1 million).Fourteen a…

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II. The Federal Office of Justice said Monday that, up to the end of August, 317 people had applied for compensation and it had been paid out in 249 cases. So far, it has paid out nearly 860,000 euros (just over $1 million). German l…

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Germany compensates 249 persecuted over homosexuality law

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality that continued to be enforced enthusiastically after World War II. The Federal Office of Justice said Monday that, up to the end of August, 317 people had applied for compensation and it had been paid out in 249 cases. So far, it has paid out nearly 860,000 euros (just over $1 million). German l…

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