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A Romani ("Gypsy") being searched.  His disheveled appearance suggests that he was forced to pull his pants down to prove that he was not a Jew. (Poland around 1940.)  [United States Holocaust Memorial Museum]

A Romani ("Gypsy") being searched. His disheveled appearance suggests that he was forced to pull his pants down to prove that he was not a Jew. (Poland around 1940.) [United States Holocaust Memorial Museum]

'Sidonie Adlersburg, a [Roma/Sinti] girl adopted by an Austrian family in 1933. On March 10, 1943 she was taken to an assembly camp in the Tirol. Later she was deported to the Auschwitz camp, where she perished. See: Hackl, Erich, Farewell Sidonia. NY: Fromm International Press, 1991."

'Sidonie Adlersburg, a [Roma/Sinti] girl adopted by an Austrian family in 1933. On March 10, 1943 she was taken to an assembly camp in the Tirol. Later she was deported to the Auschwitz camp, where she perished. See: Hackl, Erich, Farewell Sidonia. NY: Fromm International Press, 1991."

Détenus tsiganes faisant la queue pour l’appel dans le camp de concentration de Dachau. Allemagne, 20 juin 1938.

Détenus tsiganes faisant la queue pour l’appel dans le camp de concentration de Dachau. Allemagne, 20 juin

Romani children in Auschwitz, victims of medical experiments.

Images du Samudaripen, le génocide Rom dans l’Europe fasciste

Samudaripen : le génocide des Tziganes par les nazis. Les enfants aux mains de Mengele pour des expérimentations médicales, à Auschwitz

"View of the entrance to the Gypsy camp on Brzezinska Street in the Lodz ghetto after its liquidation. In the fall of 1941, 5007 Austrian Gypsies of the Lalleri tribe were deported to Lodz, where they were housed in a block of buildings on Brzezinska Street.  The Gypsy population remained only for a few months before being deported with the first transports to Chelmno early in 1942." Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi.  US Holocaust Memorial Museum.

"View of the entrance to the Gypsy camp on Brzezinska Street in the Lodz ghetto after its liquidation. In the fall of 1941, 5007 Austrian Gypsies of the Lalleri tribe were deported to Lodz, where they were housed in a block of buildings on Brzezinska Street. The Gypsy population remained only for a few months before being deported with the first transports to Chelmno early in 1942." Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi. US Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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Roma (Gypsy) men stand at attention during roll call at Dachau concentration camp. Dachau was Germany’s first concentration camp, opening in March 1933 just shortly after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor. In the twelve years of its...

Roma (Gypsy) men stand at attention during roll call at Dachau concentration camp. Dachau was Germany’s first concentration camp, opening in March 1933 just shortly after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor. In the twelve years of its...

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