The Nazi Genocide of the Roma : : Reassessment and Commemoration / / ed. by Anton Weiss-Wendt.

Using the framework of genocide, this volume analyzes the patterns of persecution of the Roma in Nazi-dominated Europe. Detailed case studies of France, Austria, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine, and Russia generate a critical mass of evidence that indicates criminal intent on the part of the Nazi regime t...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter Berghahn Books Complete eBook-Package 2000-2013
Place / Publishing House:New York; , Oxford : : Berghahn Books, , [2013]
Year of Publication:2013
Series:War and Genocide ; 17
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Physical Description:1 online resource (284 p.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 Assimilation and Persecution: An Overview of Attitudes toward Gypsies in France
  • Chapter 2 Genocidal Trajectory: Persecution of Gypsies in Austria, 1938–1945
  • Chapter 3 Ustaša Mass Violence Against Gypsies in Croatia, 1941–1942
  • Chapter 4 Ethnic Cleansing or “Crime Prevention”? Deportation of Romanian Roma
  • Chapter 5 Nazi Occupation Policies and the Mass Murder of the Roma in Ukraine
  • Chapter 6 The Nazi Persecution of Roma in Northwestern Russia: The Operational Area of the Army Group North, 1941–1944
  • Chapter 7 The Justice System of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies
  • Chapter 8 Disentangling the Hierarchy of Victimhood: Commemorating Sinti and Roma and Jews in Germany’s National Narrative
  • Chapter 9 The Aftermath of the Roma Genocide: From Implicit Memories to Commemoration
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index