Croatia

Publications and articles: 
BERNADAC, Ch. (1981). Zaboravljeni holokaust: pokolj Cigana. Zagreb: Globus. [Original in French]

BRUCHFELD, S. et al. (1998). ...pripovijedajte to...: knjiga o Uništenju u Evropi, 1933-1945. Stockholm: Regeringskansliet. [Original in Swedish]

BULAJIĆ, M. (1996). Tudjman's "Jasenovac myth": Genocide against Serbs, Jews and Gypsies. Belgrade: Stručna knj.

CROWE, KOLSTI, HANCOCK: „The Gypsies of Eastern Europe“, 1992, Routledge

DULIĆ, Tomislav, “Mass killing in the Independent State of Croatia: A Case for Comparative Research”, Journal of Genocide Research, vol. 8, n°3, 2006, pp. 255-281.

FINGS, K., Lissner, C. and Sparing, F. (1992). “...einziges Land, in dem Judenfrage und Zigeunerfrage gelöst”: die Verfolgung der Roma im faschistisch besetzten Jugoslawien 1941-1945. Köln: Rom e.V. Köln.

FINGS, K. et al. (2006). Od "rasne znanosti" do logora: Romi u Drugom svjetskom ratu (I.dio). Zagreb: Ibis.

JEVTIC, E. (2004). Blank pages of the Holocaust Gypsies in Yugoslavia during World War II. Thesis (M.A.), Brigham Young University.

KOVAČIĆ, Ivan . Kampor 1942-1943: Hrvati, Slovenci i Židovi u koncentracijskom logoru Kampor na Rabu (Kampor 1942-1943: Croats, Slovenes and Jews in Concentration camp Kampor on the Island of Rab). Rijeka: 1998.

LACKOVA, E. (2002). Rođena sam pod sretnom zvijezdom: moj život Ciganke u Slovačkoj. Zagreb: Ibis Grafika. [Original in Czech and Romani]

LENGEL KRIZMAN, Narcisa. Stradanje Roma u Nezavisnoj državi Hrvatskoj 1942. (Suffering of Roma in the Independent State of Croatia), Spomen podrucje Jasenovac , Cvijet, Zagreb, 2003.

LIITUCHY, B. M. et al. (2006). Jasenovac and the Holocaust in Yugoslavia: Analyses and survivor testimonies. New York: Jasenovac Research Institute.

MIRKOVI, D. (1993). “Victims and Perpetrators in the Yugoslav Genocide 1941-1945. Some preliminary observations”, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 7 (3), pp. 317-332.

ŠKILJAN, Filip: „Odnos ustaške vlasti na Kalniku i u potkalničkom kraju prema Srbima, Židovima i Romima 1941. godine“ (How ustasha authorities in Kalnik and sub-Kalnik region treated Serbs, Jews and Romanies in 1941), original scientific paper

ŠKILJAN, Filip: “Stradanje Srba, Židova i Roma u virovitičkom i slatinskom kraju tijekom 1941. i početka 1942. godine” (The suffering of the Serbs, Roma and Jews in the area of Virovitica and Slatina in 1941 and early 1942), original scientific paper, Scrinia Slavonica, volume 10 – number 1, 2010

TOMIC, Yves: “Massacres in Dismembered Yugoslavia, 1941-1945”, Online Encyclopaedia of Mass Violence

VOJAK, Daniel: “The Nazi Genocide of the Roma. Reassessment and Commemoration Anton Weiss-Wendt, Berghahn Books, New York”, review of the book, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol.46 No.1

VOJAK, Daniel: “Romi u doba Holokausta”, Journal - Institute of Croatian History, Vol.46 No.1, 2014

WEISS-WENDT, Anton : ”The Nazi Genocide of the Roma - Reassessment and Commemoration”, 2015, Berghahn Books, USA

ZATEZALO, Djuro: "JADOVNO (The Jadovno complex of Ustasha concentration camps 1941: summary)", 2007, Belgrade, Muzej zrtava genocida

„Genocide of European Roma (Gypsies), 1939–1945”, published on the website of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, says that the authorities of the so-called Independent State of Croatia, another Axis partner of Germany and run by the militant separatist and terrorist Ustasha organisation, physically annihilated virtually the entire Roma population of the country, around 25,000 people. The concentration camp system of Jasenovac, run by the Ustasha militia and the Croat political police, claimed the lives of between 15 000 and 20 000 Roma.