Holocaust pornography, also known as Stalag porn, was a type of pornography mostly made by and for people living in Israel and makes pornography out of real or fantasy events concerning the Holocaust.
It came about following the 1955 publication of House of Dolls. The terror of the Holocaust is re-enacted in staged photographs and in films. The images and tapes, although grainy and black-and-white are clearly contemporary.
The combination of pornography and the Holocaust also appears in canonic Holocaust literature as an extreme part of its modern-day representation. Thematically, Nazi exploitation genre can also be influenced by other so-called exploitative media, often called mondo films, which focus on gruesome death footage and other taboo subject matter, such as the Faces of Death series.
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