C: Under Nazi Rule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the National Socialists came to power in 1933, the situation for Roma and Sinti became more and more difficult and soon very dangerous. Under the Nuremberg Laws, which were originally introduced as an anti-Semitic regulation, all aspects of life and society began to be rigorously reorganised according to pseudo-scientific racial tests. These racist regulations were soon also applied to Roma and Sinti.

allied c Allies of the German Reich
occupied German Reich and occupied territories

Lb1933 Camps befor 1933    
workcamp Detention- and Work Camps  
concentration camp Concentration Camps

 

Frankfurt

 

Witzwil

 

Crest

 

Belzec

 

Lodz

 

Ravensbrück

 

Westerbork

 

Dubnica

 

Dachau

 

Cologne

 

Berlin Marzahn

 

Hodonin

 

Komarom

 

Lackenbach

 

Lety

 

Montreuil-Bellay

 

Maxglan

 

Mechelen

 

Weyer

 

Transnistria

 

Mauthausen

 

Hamburg

 

Düsseldorf

 

Flossenbürg

 

Gelsenkirchen

 

Buchenwald

 

Bergen Belsen