United Kingdom

Information material for the general public: 


Lacková, E. (1999). A false dawn: my life as a Gypsy woman in Slovakia. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press. [Original in Czech and Romani]

Rosenberg, O. (1999). A gypsy in Auschwitz. London: London House. [Original in German]

Sonneman, T. (2002). Shared sorrows: a gypsy family remembers the Holocaust. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press.

Winter, W. S. (2004). Winter time: memoirs of a German Sinto who survived Auschwitz. Hatfield: University of Hertforshire Press. [Original in German, 1999]

Yoors, J. (1971). Crossing. New York: Simon and Schuster. [Also published in 1972, Crossing: a journal of survival and resistance in World War II. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson] [There are translations into Dutch and French].


Hackl, E. (1992). Farewell Sidonia. London: Cape. [Already published in the USA in 1991. Original in German]

Moor, M. de (2001). Duke of Egypt. London: Picador. [First edition in 2001, New York: Arcade Pub.]

Ramati, A. (1985). And the violins stopped playing: a story of the gypsy holocaust. London: Hodder and Stoughton. [There are some translations]

Poetry / prose:

Hancock, I. et al. (eds.)(1998). The Roads of the Roma: A Pen Anthology of Gypsy Writers. Hertforshire: University of Hertforshire Press.


Some information in English about the CD Bi Granica - No Limits of the Hungarian band Khanci Dos


On the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust's website it is possible to get information (for instance, testimonies) related to the Genocide of the Roma.

On the website Famous Gypsies there is a list with famous Roma; some of them are artists whose works are related to the topic of the Genocide of the Roma.


Relevant links:

Holocaust Memorial Day trust - Nazi Persecution - The Porrajmos

Interview of Donald Kendrick whi is the author of many books on the experiences of Gypsies (Roma and Sinti) under the Nazi regime

List of dates to remember concerning Victims of the nazi persecution including Roma


Commentary of Grattan Puxon, Twelfth hour for Roma Genocide recognition, 4th August 2015

Article written by Mike Doherty, The “Gypsy” Holocaust, Travellers' Times, 22nd October 2013: comment on a photograph from the collection of Robert Dawson, in which A German soldier holds a Romani child in a picture taken by a comrade during World War Two.