United States of America

Publications and articles: 

Adelsberger, L. (1995). Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Story. Boston: Northeastern University Press. [Original in German, published in Germany. There is a new reprinting of the English edition in 2006]

Alt, B. S. and Folts, S. (1996). Weeping Violins: The Gypsy Tragedy in Europe. Kirksville, MO: Thomas Jefferson University Press.

Altman, L. J. (2003). The forgotten victims of the Holocaust. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Enslow.

Bársony, J. and Daróczi, A. (eds.) (2008). Pharrajimos: the fate of the Roma during the Holocaust. New York: International Debate Education Association. [Original in Hungarian, 2004].

Bartoszewski, W. and Lewin, Z. (1970). The Samaritans: Heroes of the Holocaust. New York: Twayne Publishers.

Bauer, Y. (1990). “Gypsies”. In: Gutman, I. (ed.). Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. New York: MacMillan, pp. 634-638.

Bauer, Y. (1998). “Gypsies”. In: Gutman, I. and Berenbaum, M. (eds.). Anatomy of the Auschwitz Death Camp. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 441-455.

Benz, W. (1999). The Holocaust: A German Historian Examines the Genocide. New York: Columbia University Press.

Braun, H. (1986). “A Sinto Survivor Speaks”. In: Grumet, J. (ed.). Papers from the Sixth and Seventh Annual Meetings, Gypsy Lore Society, North American Chapter. New York: The Society, pp. 165-171.

Bruchfeld, S. et al. (1998). Tell ye your children...: a book about the Holocaust in Europe 1933-1945. Stockholm: Regeringskansliet, Levande historia. [Original in Swedish]

Cargas, H. J. (1989). Reflections of a post-Auschwitz Christian. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Cargas, H. J. (1989). “The Continuum of Gypsy Suffering”. In: Reflections of a Post-Auschwitz Christian. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, pp. 75-90.

Churchill, W. (1997). A Little Matter of Genocide. Holocaust and Denial in the Americas, 1492 to the Present. San Francisco: City Lights Books.

Deletant, D. (2006). Hitler\'s forgotten ally: Ion Antonescu and his regime, Romania 1940-44. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Duna, W. A. and Polansky, P. (1997). The Hidden Holocaust of the Gypsies. Minneapolis: Sa-Roma.

Fein, H. (1979). Accounting for Genocide: Victims and Survivors of the Holocaust. New York: Free Press.

Ficowski, J. (1982). “The Fate of Polish Gypsies”. In: Porter, J. N. (ed.). Genocide and Human Rights: A Global Anthology. Washington, DC: University Press of America, pp. 166-177.

Fonseca, I. (1995). Bury Me Standing: The Gypsies and their Journey. New York: Knopf.

Friedlander, H. (1995). The origins of Nazi genocide: from euthanasia to the final solution. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Friedman, I. R. (1990). “Bubili: A Young Gypsy’s Fight for Survival”. In: The Other Victims: First-Person Stories of Non-Jews Persecuted by the Nazis. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, pp. 7-24.

Friedman, Ph. (1982). “The Extermination of the Gypsies”. In: Porter, J. N. (ed.). Genocide and Human Rights: A Global Anthology. Washington, DC: University Press of America, pp. 151-157.

Gellately, R. and Stoltzfus, N. (eds.) (2001). Social outsiders in Nazi Germany. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

Gilbert, M. (1978). The Holocaust, Maps and Photographs. New York: Mayflower Books.

Grassl, G. (1992) (ed.). Karl Stojka - Nach der Kindheit im KZ kamen die Bilder. Wien.

Greenville, J. A. S. (1988). “Neglected Holocaust Victims: The Mischlinge, the Judischversippte, and the Gypsies”. In: Berenbaum, M. and Peck, A. J. (eds.). The Holocaust and History: The Known, the Unknown, the Disputed, and the Reexamined. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 315-326.

Hancock, I. (1986). Land of Pain: Five Centuries of Gypsy Slavery and Persecution. Buda, TX: World Romani Union. [A corrected and expanded version of this book was published in 1987 as The Pariah Syndrome: An Account of Gypsy Slavery and Persecution]

Hancock, I. (1987). The Pariah Syndrome: An Account of Gypsy Slavery and Persecution. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Karoma.

Hancock, I. (1988). "Uniqueness of the Victims: Gypsies, Jews and the Holocaust", Without Prejudice: The EAFORD International Review of Racial Discrimination, 1 (2), pp. 45-67.

Hancock, I. (1996). “Responses to the Porrajmos: The Romani Holocaust”. In: Rosenbaum, A. S. (ed.). Is the Holocaust Unique?: Perspectives on Comparative Genocide. Boulder: The Westview Press, pp. 39-64. [Reprinted in 2001 and 2009]

Hancock, I. (2002). We Are the Romani People (Ame Sam E Rromane Džene). Hertfordshire: University of Hertfordshire Press.

Hancock, I. (?). “Downplaying the Porrajmos: The Trend to Minimize the Romani Holocaust. A review of Guenther Lewy, The Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies, Oxford University Press, 2000”.

Hancock, I., Jewish Responses to the Porrajmos (The Romani Holocaust), University of Texas at Austin and International Roma Federation

Hilberg, R. (1961). The Destruction of the European Jews. Chicago: Quadrangle Books.

Hohmann, J. (1988). Geschichte der Zigeunerverfolgung in Deutschland. New York: Campus Verlag.

Ioanid, R. (2000). The Holocaust in Romania: The destruction of Jews and Gypsies under the Antonescu regime, 1940-1944. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee.

Kenrick, D. and Puxon, G. (1972). The Destiny of Europe’s Gypsies. New York: Basic Books. [Translated into different languages, including Romani]

Krokowski, H. (2001). Die Last der Vergangenheit: Auswirkungen nationalsozialistischer Verfolgung auf deutsche Sinti. Frankfurt am Main; New York: Campus.

Laska, V. (ed.) (1983). Women in the Resistance and in the Holocaust: The Voices of Eyewitnesses. Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

Leapman, M. (1988). Witnesses to war: eight true-life stories of Nazi persecution. New York: Viking.

Lewy, G. (2000). The Nazi persecution of the gypsies. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lipa, J. (1990). “The Fate of Gypsies in Czechoslovakia under Nazi Domination”. In: Berenbaum, M. (ed.). A Mosaic of Victims: Non-Jews Persecuted and Murdered by the Nazis. New York: New York University Press, pp. 207-215.

Lutz, B. D. and Lutz, J. M. (1995). “Gypsies as Victims of the Holocaust”, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 9 (3), pp. 346-359.

Megel, J. (1986). “The Holocaust and the American Rom”. In: Grumet, J. (ed.). Papers from the Sixth and Seventh Annual Meetings, Gypsy Lore Society, North American Chapter. New York: The Society, pp. 187-190.

Meinecke Jr., W. F. (2007). Nazi Ideology and the Holocaust. Washington, DC: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Michalewicz, B. (1986). “The Gypsy Holocaust in Poland”. In: Grumet, J. (ed.). Papers from the Sixth and Seventh Annual Meetings, Gypsy Lore Society, North American Chapter. New York: The Society, pp. 172-184.

Milton, S. (1997). “Holocaust: The Gypsies”. In: Totten, S. Parsons, W. S. and Charny, I. (eds.). Century of Genocide: Eyewitness Accounts and Critical Views. New York: Garland Publishing, pp. 171-207.

Milton, S. ( 2000). “Holocaust education in The United States and Germany”. In: Brinkmann, E. et al. (eds.). Learning from History: The Nazi Era and the Holocaust in German Education = Lernen aus Geschichte: Projekte zu Nationalsozialismus und Holocaust in Schule und Jugendarbeit. Berlin: Press and Information Office of the Federal Government, pp. 14-20. [With CD-ROM].

Müller-Hill, B. (1988). Murderous Science: Elimination by Scientific Selection of Jews, Gypsies, and Others: Germany, 1933-1945. Plainview, N. Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. [Original in German. There is also another edition in English in the UK (1988)]

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]

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

Riechert, H. (1995). Im Schatten von Auschwitz: die nationalsozialistische Sterilisationspolitik gegenüber Sinti und Roma. New York: Waxmann.

Schenk, M. (1994). Rassismus gegen Sinti und Roma: zur Kontinuität der Zigeunerverfolgung innerhalb der deutschen Gesellschaft von der Weimarer Republik bis in die Gegenwart. New York: P. Lang.

Solonari, V. (2009). Purifying the nation: population exchange and ethnic cleansing in Nazi-allied Romania. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Sonneman, T. (1998). In the rain one sees no tears: a Gypsy family remembers the Holocaust, MA thesis, Western Washington University.

Stojka, K. (1992). The Story of Karl Stojka: A Childhood in Birkenau: exhibition at the embassy of Austria, April 30 to May 29, 1992: catalogue. Washington, DC: United States Holocaust Memorial Council.

Thurner, E. (1988). National Socialism and Gypsies in Austria. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. [Original in German: Nationalsozialismus und Zigeuner in Österreich. Wien: Geyer Edition. 1983].

Time-Life Books (1991). The Apparatus of death. Alexandria, Va.: Time-Life Books. [There are translations into Swedish and Chinese]

Tyrnauer, G. (1982). “‘Mastering the Past’: Germans and Gypsies”. In: Porter, J. N. (ed.). Genocide and Human Rights: A Global Anthology. Washington, DC: University Press of America, pp. 178-187.

Tyrnauer, G. (1985). The fate of the Gypsies during the Holocaust: report to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council.

Tyrnauer, G. (1986). “Scholars, Gypsies and the Holocaust”. In: Grumet, J. (ed.). Papers from the Sixth and Seventh Annual Meetings, Gypsy Lore Society, North American Chapter. New York: The Society, pp. 157-164.

Tyrnauer, G. (1989). Gypsies and the Holocaust: A Bibliography and Introductory Essay. Montreal: Interuniversity Centre for European Studies and Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies.

United States Holocaust Memorial Council and the American Rom Community (1986). Day of remembrance: in memory of the Gypsy victims of Nazi genocide, September 16, 1986, Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: The Council.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (1996?). Sinti & Roma: Victims of the Nazi Era. Washington, D.C.: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (ed.) (2002). Roma and Sinti: under-studied victims of Nazism: symposium proceedings. Washington, D.C.: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies.

Vishnevsky, V. (2006). Memories of a Gypsy. Chverly, Md: Salo Press. [Original in Portuguese]

Wiesenthal, S. (1967). The Murders among Us. New York: Bantam.

Wippermann, W. (1996). “Christine Lehmann and Mazurka Rose: Two ‘Gypsies’ in the Grip of German Bureaucracy, 1931-60”. In: Burgleigh, M. (ed.). Confronting the Nazi Past: New Debates on Modern German History. New York: St. Martin’s Press, pp. 112-124.

Yates, D. E. (1982). “Hitler and the Gypsies”. In: Porter, J. N. (ed.). Genocide and Human Rights: A Global Anthology. Washington, DC: University Press of America, pp. 158-165. Yitzhak, Y. (1987). Belzec, Sobiror, Treblinka – The Operation Reinhard Death Camps. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

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 French and Dutch]