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Hi Indy and Crew. I am wondering if there are are notable homosexuals from the fronts? How was homosexuality generally approached by the various nations towards their soldiers and men?

Asked 6 months ago by Anonymous

I've seen various documentaries discussing homosexuality in the forces during WW2 but I have never seen anything about WW1. Was there an "opt out" omission, like in the USA during WW2? Was there a general "dont ask dont tell?" Also, if my memory is correct, France had legalised homosexuality during Napoleon's reign, so how was this viewed within the forces? What happened to those men that were found out to be homosexuals? Were there any form of internment camps, like the USA had during WW2? Thanks, Daniel

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