Romani (romani ćhib), or Romany, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 5-6 million Roma people throughtout Europe and the USA. The largest concetration of Roma people live in Romania. In English these people are often called Gypsies. The Lovari are subgroup of the Roma people who speak a dialect of Romani influenced by Hungarian. They live in many parts of Europe, including Hungary, Romania, Poland, France, Germany, Italy and Greece. (...)
Registry book of the Gypsy campMany Gypsies were rounded up the week of June 12-18, 1938, which was known as “Gypsy Clean Up Week.” In January of 1940, 250 Gypsy children were murdered in Buchenwald. They were used to test Zyklon-B crystals, and other deadly gases, used to exterminate rats. In some areas of Germany, the Romani women were whipped and branded.