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The Nazi Genocide of the Roma
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Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter 1. Assimilation and Persecution: An Overview of Attitudes Toward Gypsies in France
Shannon L. Fogg

Chapter 2. Genocidal Trajectory: Persecution of Gypsies in Austria, 1938-1945
Florian Freund

Chapter 3. Ustasa Mass Violence Against Gypsies in Croatia, 1941-1942
Alexander Korb

Chapter 4. Ethnic Cleansing or "Crime Prevention"? Deportation of Romanian Roma
Vladimir Solonari

Chapter 5. Nazi Occupation Policies and the Mass Murder of the Roma in Ukraine
Mikhail Tyaglyy

Chapter 6. The Nazi Persecution of Roma in Northwestern Russia:The Operational Area of the Army Group North, 1941-1944
Martin Holler

Chapter 7. The Justice System of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies
Gilad Margalit

Chapter 8. Disentangling the Hierarchy of Victimhood: Commemorating Sinti and Roma and Jews in Germany's National Narrative
Nadine Blumer

Chapter 9. The Aftermath of the Roma Genocide From Implicit Memories to Commemoration
Slawomir Kapralski

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Contributors
Index

About the Author

Anton Weiss-Wendt is Senior Lecturer in the research department at the Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities in Oslo, Norway. He is the author of Murder Without Hatred: Estonians and the Holocaust (2009) and Small-Town Russia: Childhood Memories of the Final Soviet Decade (2010), and the editor of Eradicating Differences: The Treatment of Minorities in Nazi-Dominated Europe (2010) and Racial Science in Hitler's New Europe, 1939-1945 (with Rory Yeomans, 2013).

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"The Nazi Genocide of the Roma brings together a valuable array of case studies that successfully challenge historical arguments minimizing the genocide of the Roma under the Nazis. The contributing scholars have shown not only how ethnicity informed criminality, but also how ambiguous policy against the Roma should not negate genocidal intent. This volume is a critical contribution to the field and should be required reading for any course on the Holocaust." * History: Review of New Books

"One does not usually praise the introduction to a collection of essays, whose principal function is to provide thematic continuity to a diverse body of works. But in this particular case Weiss-Wendt's lengthy introduction goes beyond the norm, providing not only continuity but also giving the reader a very scholarly, in-depth overview of the evolution of Roma Holocaust studies...It is this introduction of fresh perspectives and new evidence that makes this book so important. Roma Holocaust studies has long suffered from a dearth of concrete evidence that more fully details the fate of this understudied group. Weiss-Wendt helps to fill this void by opening new pathways of research and discussion for this important dimension of the Holocaust." * The Russian Review

"This volume is a substantial contribution to Roma and Sinti Genocide scholarship. Each of the essays in this collection adds both substantively and substantially to our expanding understanding of the murder of European Roma and Sinti during WWII. All of the pieces are thoughtful and learned, and encourage both deeper reflection and a reexamination of present understandings of a wide variety of elemental historical aspects related to the racial and political anti-Gypsy policies of the Third Reich." * Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory

"Nearly seventy years after the end of the Second World War and the liberation of Auschwitz and Belsen, new facts concerning the Nazi genocide of the Roma and Sinti are still emerging. This volume is particularly valuable in revealing the full horror of the German occupation of the Soviet Union and the activities of the Einsatzgruppen." * Donald Kenrick, author of Gypsies under the Swastika

"... [This volume] provides an excellent overview and analysis of many key and previously understudied aspects of this complex and difficult topic. It combines several innovative regional studies with essays on the issues of German postwar legal responses and developments with regard to commemoration. By assembling high quality chapters from many of the leading scholars in the field, Anton Weiss-Wendt has made a major contribution to our understanding of the diverse fates of the Roma in the Holocaust." * Martin Dean, author of Collaboration in the Holocaust

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