Sinti and Roma Remembrance Compilation | USC Shoah Foundation

Sinti and Roma Remembrance Compilation | USC Shoah Foundation
Sinti and Roma Remembrance Compilation | USC Shoah Foundation

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August 2 is Roma Holocaust Memorial Day (also referred to as the Genocide Remembrance Day of the Roma and Sinti, or International Remembrance Day of the Holocaust of the Roma).

On this day in 1944, nearly 3,000 Roma people were murdered at the Gypsy Family Camp (Zigeunerfamilienlager), located at Auschwitz-Birkenau. To learn about Sinti and Roma history, language, and culture, please visit sfi.usc.edu/education/roma-sinti/en.

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