Joy Division - A woman's nightmare

Group name Joy Division origins - House of Dolls - Ka-TzetnikInitially this rock band from Salford was called Warsaw, after David Bowie's Warzawa, but upon learning of the existence of a group called Warsaw Pakt the name was changed to Joy Division. 

The term 'Joy Division' occurs in the sadomasochistic war novel The House of Dolls by Polish born Jewish writer Ka-Tzetnik (pen name of Karol Cetinsky).

The Joy Division consisted of women - read: sex slaves or 'comfort women' as they are euphemistically called - who in concentration camps were forced to offer themselves to those in power for some 'fun'.

Active: 1976-1980, GBR

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