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This is a Collection of Professor Ian Hancock, University of Texas at Austin, Member of the United States Holocaust Commission for the Roma and Sinti (Gypsies). Reproduced with permission of Professor Hancock.

Gypsies are not allowed to participate in the 50th anniversary commemmoration of the liberation of Auschwitz in January 1995, where thousands of Sinti and Roma were murdered in the Holocaust.

German police arrest Roma for deportation back to Romania Hamburg, 1992.

Eva Justin and Robert Ritter taking blood sample from a Sinto.

French Gypsies being interrogated by the police for the 1895 Gypsy Census.

Wax castes of Romani faces, Racial Hygience Centre.

Romani Auschwitz survivor, with tattooed number.

Pairs of Romani twin girls, used in Mengele's experiments.

Gypsy Children.

Kriminalpolizeidokumen t, Sinti boy, 1943.

Unidentified Sinti girl peering from a Transport Wagon on its way to Auschwitz, 1943.

Czech Police Arrest Roma, 1993.

Eva Justin Collecting anthropometric data, 1942.

Inmates

Police interrogation, France.

Police interrogation, Poland, 1942.

Eva Justin making a caste of the face of a Rom, Racial Hygiene Centre.

 

German police interrogate Roma, 1928.

Romani Children

Gypsy children

   

A shatra or Gypsy slave village, Romania, 1850s.

   

Related Site

Extermination of the Roma and Sinti - images from a temporary exhibtion outside Berlin, Summer 2002.

Articles

Jewish Responses to the Porrajmos (The Romani Holocaust) by Ian Hancock at the University of Texas at Austin and International Roma Federation.

Gypsies: A Persecuted Race by William A. Duna with an Appendix reprinted from Land of Pain: Five centuries of Gypsy slavery by Ian Hancock.

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