Polish-born Chawa Zloczewer immigrated to America in 1912 and became Eve Adams, a radical activist and author of the book ‘Lesbian Love.’ But, as a new biography explains, she was under constant surveillance by the government—until she was jailed on obscenity charges and deported back to Europe, where she was murdered in Auschwitz.
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