After WWII, Ilse Koch became known worldwide as the "Bitch of Buchenwald." She was assuredly guilty of atrocities, but the most sensational crimes ascribed to her by prosecutors and newspapers went unproven. Tomaz Jardim reveals how Koch's perceived betrayal of womanhood sealed her fate as a scapegoat for a society seeking absolution.
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