Freja: The Cold Goddess of Love

Author(s): Leszek Prorok
Dr. Hassbach, a German physician, interviews Agnes Sielska, a survivor of Nazi atrocities. The doctor is to protect Germany from unsubstantiated war claims. Agnes recounts her experiences at the Ravensbrück concentration camp and then at the Freja villa, where women with Aryan features were used to breed perfect Aryan children. The horrified doctor wants to offer an apology for Germany but Agnes instead argues she hopes her recounting of her experiences will prevent future atrocities.
Format: Drama

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Nationality of Author: Polish
Original Language: Polish

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