From the history of the Roma suffering in some Central European countries shortly before and during World War II (Hungary, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Poland)

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Vojak, Danijel;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Education, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University in Osijek
  • Journal: Pannoniana : Časopis za humanističke znanosti,volume 1,issue 1 (issn: 2459-6760, eissn: 2459-7465)
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  • Subject: Romi; Drugi svjetski rat; Hrvatska; Mađarska; Čehoslovačka; Poljska | the Roma; World War II; Croatia; Hungary; Czechoslovakia; Poland

Većina europskih zemalja prije samog početka Drugoga svjetskog rata nije započela s nasilnijim pokušajima asimilacije, kakav je već bio u tijeku u nacističkoj Njemačkoj. Izbijanjem Drugoga svjetskog rata i širenjem nacističkog utjecaja na mnoge europske zemlje, bilo izr... View more
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    2. Bársony, János (2008a) '20th Century Roma History and the Pharrajimos', in: Pharrajimos: The fate of the Roma during the Holocaust, ed. J. Bársony, Á. Daróczi, Budapest, pp. 23 - 48.

    3. Bársony, János (2008b) 'Facts and Debates: The Roma Holocaust', in: Pharrajimos: The fate of the Roma during the Holocaust, ed. J. Bársony, Á. Daróczi, Budapest, pp. 1 - 12.

    4. Bartosz, Adam (2009) Roma Historical and Cultural Heritage Sites in Poland. Washington, United States Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad, ed. S. D. Gruber, K.A. Krzysztofiak.

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