Researches, virtual bibliographies: 

Waitman W. Beorn, received his PhD in German history from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2011. His scholarly work investigates individual complicity in the Holocaust, focusing specifically on the German Army in the Soviet Union. Waitman’s research “A Geography of Complicity” has been published in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Central European History and Holocaust Studies.

The Romani Archives and Documentation Center (RADOC) published excerpts of Ian Hancock’s “Responses to the Porrajmos (The Romani Holocaust)” which state that by the end of 1943 “some tens of thousands of Jews were being kept alive at Lida and Minsk in Byelorussia, and looked forward to evacuation, or death.  Extermination of the Baltic Romanies was particularly effective, their having been destroyed almost in their entirety by 1945.”