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  1. The Early History of Roma 1000 - 1400

1.1. The Indian Roots

1.2. Alexander the Gread

1.3. Indo-Greeks

1.4. Mahmoud of Ghazna 1186 - 1348

1.5. Dschingis Khan

1.6. The egyptian Mameluks

1.7. The Seldchuks and the Rum-Seldchuks

1.8. Freedom by joining the Islam

1.9. Slave Trade in Asia and Escape Movements

1.10.      The Ottoman Empire

1.11.      Historical Movements

1.12.      Summary of the Early History of the Roma

1.13.      Table of the territorial distribution among the various Empires of the time period on the basis of islamic peoples and the roma

1.14.      Flash Animation on the "Early History of the Roma"

  1. Six Centuries at a glance 1400 - 1933

2.1. Between Expulsion and Forced Settlemen

2.2. Abolition of Slavery and Homelessness

2.3. Roma and Hamburg

2.4. Six  centuries in Germany

2.5. Six centuries at a glance

2.5.1.     1417 to 1526

2.5.2.     1526 to  1562

2.5.3.     1562 to 1647

2.5.4.     1647 to 1714

2.5.5.     1714 to 1745

2.5.6.     1745 to 1782

2.5.7.     1782 to 1848

2.5.8.     1848 to 1885

2.5.9.     1885 to 1906

2.5.10. 1906 to 1920

2.5.11. 1920 to 1931

  1. Roma und Sinti in the National-Socialism 1933 -1945

3.1. Roma und Sinti in the National-Socialism

3.2. Forms from the "gypsy centre"

3.3. Roma and Sinti in Hamburg during the National-Socialism

3.4. The story of the Weiß family through the concentration and extermination camps of the Nazi regime

3.5. Persecuted and incarcerated as a "gypsy" under Hitler

3.6. More Links: Roma between 1933 - 1945

  1. continued mischief 1945 - 2003

4.1. After '45 no end to the persecution

4.2. The last 30 years

4.3. A Change in Thinking is demanded

4.4. View over the last 12 years,arranged by RomNews

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