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  • noun Plural form of stalag.


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  • "Named for the German prison camps in which they were set, the 'stalags' were soft-core s&m porn in which downed US or British pilots were abused by lustful, bodacious 'female SS brutes,' ultimately repaying their tormentors in kind," explains

    GreenCine Daily

  • The books, called “stalags,” followed similar plotlines to the Ilse film: sadistic, busty camp guards decked out in full bondage gear tortured prisoners until the underlings rose up to kill the vicious women, usually raping them along the way.

    The Lampshade

  • Named after the Nazi prison camps in which they were set, stalags were pulp paperback novels containing breathlessly graphic stories of lusty SS women (not that there actually were any) sexually abusing captured British and American soldiers.


  • Ultimately, after a hair-raising train ride to Germany, locked in our cattle car, with allied planes overhead most of the time, I was processed through the stalags.

    Moosburg Online: (Oral history: Livingston)

  • Interesting that as Brown announced further plans to dragoon young mums back into work by extending nursery stalags his own transport secretary, Ruth Kelly, announced she was quitting to spend more time with her children - presumably better company than the bun-throwing squabbling cabinet at tea time.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Medical services in all the stalags were scandalous; the equipment was medieval and the number of trained personnel inadequate.

    Masters of the Air

  • Posters were placed in conspicuous places in all stalags: “The escape from prison camps is no longer a sport.”

    Masters of the Air

  • There are no reliable records on suicides in the stalags, but by all accounts the number was low.

    Masters of the Air

  • Additional orders went out to evacuate other stalags in the path of the Russian stampede.

    Masters of the Air

  • But few patients received essential follow-ups after they were shipped to stalags.

    Masters of the Air


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