Border region in the north-east of France.
Victorious military coalition of World War II: United States of America, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, France and the Soviet Union.
Fascist, National-Socialist party in Hungary between 1939 and 1945.
(1895-1948) Descendant of the royal family of Sweden, president of the Swedish Red Cross.
Western part of the Czech Republic.
Muslim inhabitants of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Serbia.
Chuchill, Sir Winston:
(1874-1965) British prime minister during World War II and winner of the Nobel Prize.
Districts of France.
Part of Poland occupied by German forces in 1939 but not incorporated into the German Reich.
(1936-2011) Leading anti-communist Czech dissident, president of Czechoslovakia 1989-1992, first president of the Czech Republic 1992-2003.
(1900-1945) Reichsführer SS and Chief of German Police, one of the Nazi leaders primarily responsible for the Holocaust and the genocide of Roma and Sinti.
International Criminal Police Association, precursor of Interpol between 1939 and 1945 with headquarters in Vienna and later Berlin.
International Criminal Police Organisation, successor organisation of IKPK after 1946 with headquarters in Paris and later Lyon.
Impoverished and discriminated population group of migrant agricultural labourers and craftsmen in the Alpine regions speaking a separate language called Yeniche.
(1909-1966) National Socialist researcher of racial hygiene and population biology, as a close collaborator of Robert Ritter responsible for so called “racial biological” expert opinions which finally led to the murder of tens of thousands of Sinti and Roma.
Keynes, John Maynard:
(1883-1946) British mathematician and economist.
Roma sub-group living all over Europe, originally coming from
Hungarian and Romanian parts of Central Europe, speaking a distinct language of their own.
Language of the Lovara.
Eastern part of the Czech Republic.
Abbreviation for National-Socialist.
(1964- ) Prime minister of the Czech Republic since 2010.
Official name of Holland.
Code name for the mass murder of Jews in special camps at Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka between 1941 and 1943.
(1901-1994) Winner of two unshared Nobel Prizes, chemist and peace activist.
Expression denoting the genocide of the European Roma and Sinti in the Romani language.
A partially sovereign state, the foreign policy and military defence of which are carried out by an other state.
(1902-2003) Dancer, photographer and film director, close friend of Adolf Hitler.
(1901-1951) National Socialist researcher of racial hygiene and population biology, primarily responsible for so called “racial biological” expert opinions which finally led to the murder of tens of thousands of Sinti and Roma.
Expression of the Romani language denoting a single man.
Expression of the Romani language denoting several men – or the whole Roma people as such.
Language of the Roma (alternative forms: Romani, Romanes).
Language of the Roma (alternative forms: Romani, Roman).
Language of the Roma (alternative forms: Roman, Romanes).
Expression of the Romani language denoting a single woman.
(1858-1919) Winner of the Peace Nobel Prize and 26th president of the United States of America.
Expression denoting the genocide of the European Roma and Sinti in Sinti Tikkes, the language of the Sinti.
Shaw, George Bernard:
(1856-1950) Winner of the Nobel Prize. Irish playright and Socialist, co-founder of the London School of Econonmics.
Roma sub-group having lived in Western Europe since the 14th century.
Language spoken by members of Sinti families.
Expression denoting a single woman in Sinti Tikkes, the language of the Sinti.
Expression denoting a single man in Sinti Tikkes, the language of the Sinti.
Federative Union of Sovjet Socialist Republics between 1922
Paramilitary “Schutzstaffel” troops of the NSDAP, instrument of
suppression of the National Socialist state, primarily responsible for execution of the Holocaust and other crimes.
Paramilitary “Sturmabteilung” troops of the NSDAP.
Part of Moldavia east of the river Dniester.
Central European state on the territories of the current Czech Republic and Slovakia in the periods 1919-1939 and 1945-1992.
Infectious disease transmitted by bacteria.
Fascist, National Socialist government party of Croatia between 1941 and 1945.
(1905-1966) Pseudonym of the writer Margarete Bernheim.
(1866-1946) British historian, sociologist and science ficton author.
World Economic Crisis:
World wide economic recession between 1928 and 1930 resulting in mass unemployment.