For Pride Month, Netflix delivers some queer history you might not have known about. A century ago, the Berlin night club Eldorado was a hub of the German city’s queer life, and people from across the LGBTQ+ spectrum gathered there alongside celebrities of the era like Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin. But as Adolf Hitler rose to power, oppression crept back in and the club became an official target, closed by the Nazis in 1932. In the decade to come the city’s queer community was persecuted, imprisoned, and killed. A documentary covering the club and the era called “Eldorado” drops June 28 on the streaming service, combining interviews, archival footage, and reenactments of historical incidents. When you’re finished partying at the Pride parade, settle in and learn a little bit more about the troubled road earlier generations traveled. Learn from the past so it doesn’t happen again.