Publications and articles: 

"Genocide of European Roma (Gypsies), 1939–1945", published on the website of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, says that in occupied Serbia, the German authorities killed male Roma in shooting operations during 1941 and early 1942. They also murdered the women and children in gas vans in 1942. The total number of Roma killed in Serbia will never be known. Estimates range between 1 000 and 12 000.

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

CROWE D., KOLSTI J., HANCOCK I.: „The Gypsies of Eastern Europe“, 1992, Routledge

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.

HALITI, B. (2005). Contemplations on Roma issue. Beograd: Memorial Roma Centre for Holocaust Studies of Serbia and Montenegro.

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

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

MANOSCHEK, W. (2007). Holokaust u Srbiji : voijna okupaciona politika i uništavanje Jevreja, 1941-1942. Beograd: Službeni list SRJ. [There is a translation into German]

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

PISARRI, Milovan: "The Suffering of the Roma in Serbia during the Holocaust", 2014, Forum for Applied History, Belgrade

POLANSKY, P. (2007). One blood, one flame: The oral histories of the Yugoslav gypsies before, during and after WWII. Vol. I. Nish, Serbia: KRRF (Kosovo Roma Refugee Foundation). [with DVD]

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