"Heil, Sachsenhausen! Kulisiewicz, Sachsenhausen" taken from the CD Songs from the Depths of Hell, courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways.

Like many other songs written by the Polish political prisoner Aleksander Kulisiewicz in Sachsenhausen, 'Heil, Sachsenhausen' takes a sarcastic and cynical approach to depicting Nazism and the camp experience. Its primary object of satire is the Nazi idea of Rassenschande: a term that literally means 'race shame', and which refers to the supposed defilment of the 'Aryan' race through sexual relations with non-'Aryans'.