Kapo

In Hawaiian mythology, Kapo is a fertility god.
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Kapo

overseer, NCO (sl). Esp. a prisoner who acted as an overseer of his fellow inmates in the Nazi concentration camps (see Konzentrationslager).
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Kapo

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Kapò

Kapò (kaˈpɔ) is a 1960 Italian film about the Holocaust directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. It was nominated for the Academy Award as Best Foreign Language Film. It was an Italian-French co-production filmed in Yugoslavia. ==Plot== Naive fourteen-year-old Edith (Susan Strasberg) and her Jewish parents are sent to a concentration camp, where the latte...
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Kapo

[mythology] In Hawaiian mythology, Kapo is a goddess of fertility, sorcery and dark powers who can assume any shape she wills. She is the mother of Laka, although some versions have them as the same goddess. She is the sister of Kāne Milohai, Kamohoali{okina}i, Pele, Nāmaka and Hi{okina}iaka. Kapo also had a detachable vagina, which she o...
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Kapo

[concentration camp] A kapo or prisoner functionary (Funktionshäftling) was a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp who was assigned by the SS guards to supervise forced labor or carry out administrative tasks in the camp. Also called `prisoner self-administration`, the prisoner functionary system minimized costs by allowing camps to funct...
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Kapo

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