Ka-tzetnik's "Moni" was reviewed in the Dutch gay publication "Vriendschap
" by O. Brunoz in 1962.
The story is that Moni was only 11 years old. His family was gassed, but not he, because of his beautiful dark eyes, to serve as a "piepel". The Blockälteste
(often criminals) got themselves enough to eat in the camp, and were still interested in sex. Their boss, Lagerälteste
Ludwig Tiene, was a sex-murderer whose greatest pleasure it was to kill a boy while he was abusing him.
Moni is warned by Berele that the Blockälteste
kill their old piepel when they want a new one: "They put a stick over his throat, and put their feet on both sides." Moni is smart, and survives by successively being the piepel of 16 Blockälteste
. Finally, he is out of favor and gets no more food. He sees how Tiene kills Moni's predecessor Bredele. His successor Bedyek is butchered, cooked and eaten. Moni survives several years in the camp, untill he is finally finished under the heavy boots of Rudolf Höss. End of story.
Ka-tsetnik's real name is Dinur. He fainted when he was about the give testimony in the Eichmann trial. (see Hanna Arendt: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?p=188101#188101
It seems that this ghastly tale became still more lurid after 1962.