The book for this exam is SEXUAL VIOLENCE against Jewish women during the Holocaust by “SONIA M. HEDGPETH and ROCHELLE G.SAIDEL Exam 3 Unit 3 Exam 75 points possible Please be sure to answer EVERY PART of the questions stated below. Each question is worth 15 points. Section I: Aspects of Sexual Abuse On pages 54-55, the author discusses brothels within the concentration camps. Reread this conclusion. How were women additionally exploited? Who was blamed for the “choice” to work in brothels? What three points did Campagna come up with? Explain them. What stigma did women face after working in the brothels? Section II: Rape of Jewish Women On pages 128-131, the author explains how women suffered not only during the Holocaust, but afterward. What dilemma did women face? Why did women stay silent? What effect does their silence have on their families and communities? What was the power imbalance in the example described? Section III: Assaults on Motherhood On pages 140-144, the author discusses pregnancy and childbirth in a concentration camp. What was the official degree regarding deportation of pregnant women? What was the reality, in spite of the official decree? In the example provided, Anka is pregnant. What decision does she face? Anka describes delivering her child in the camp. What stands out to you from that description? Why? Where were pregnant women typically sent? What usually happened to babies and young children in camps? Why? Section IV: Sexual Violence in Literature and Cinema On pages 193-196, the author describes fiction writing by men about the Holocaust. How does male writing tend to treat sexual abuse during this period in history? One writer, Thomas, is accused of plagiarism. Why? What is he specifically accused of? In the end, what does Thomas suggest? Section V: The Violated Self On pages 271-272, the author describes the life of a woman we will call “Hanna.” Besides the topic of rape during the Holocaust, what subject is considered taboo? Why? What happened to Hanna? This section ends with a quote, “From the persecutors, one came to expect the worst. From one’s fellow Jews, one came to expect refuge, safety, and compassion. I emphasize compassion, because it has become clear that empathy was rarely to be found.”’ What do you think the author means by this statement? Why is compassion emphasized Why does she say that empathy was rarely found?