The Forgotten Genocide: Europe's Gypsies in World War II
This is the first documentary film that tells the forgotten story of the annihilation of the Gypsies by the Nazis and their allies from one end to the other of Europe. With interviews of the survivors and archival footage never seen before the film points out the architects of this terrifying genocide and goes through all the territories where the extermination took place.
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