The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Researches, virtual bibliographies: 

Cohen, Mark: “The Holocaust in Macedonia: Deportation of Monastir Jewry”  article published at the Holocaust encyclopaedia website.

Jevtic, E. Master's Thesis: BLANK PAGES OF THE HOLOCAUST: GYPSIES IN YUGOSLAVIA DURING WORLD WAR II

Report of the CEDIME-SE, Centre for Documentation and Information on Minorities in Europe - Southeast Europe: “MINORITIES IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE, Roma of Macedonia” from 2000 states that the Roma of Macedonia were spared from extermination unlike the Jewish population in Macedonia who was sent to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. The reason was the Roma’s adherence to Islam, as well as their general trend of declaring themselves as other minorities. However, some individual non-Muslim Roma who revealed their ethnicity were sent to the death camps. Others were sent to the Bulgarian interior and were used as forced labour. Some of those Roma were maltreated and died in Bulgaria. 

The Holocaust in Macedonia, 1941-1945, by Balkanalysis.com Editorial Team, Balkanalysis.com (Balkanalysis.com), issue: 01 / 2004, pages: 17

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