Victims of National Socialism


A group of Roma in an open area in the Belzec extermination camp (1940)
A group of Roma in an open area in the Belzec extermination camp (1940)

ManyRoads’ recent client work has resulted in the identification of Information Resources on the victims of National Socialism (Nazism), 1938- 1945. These resources include information and data on those people(s) persecuted on political grounds; on grounds of religion, nationality, sexual orientation; for their physical or mental handicap; for accusations of so-called asociality; those who otherwise fell victim to Nazi injustice; or left their homeland to escape persecution.

These sites include information on Sinti and Roma (Gypsies), Intellectuals, Homosexuals, Catholics, political opponents, and, of course, Jews.

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The links on this page encompass some of the less well-known websites focusing largely on groups and areas outside of the Altreich (old German Empire). The more widely known Holocaust (Shoah) sites are accessible from our Links page under the Category: Jewish (Shoah) Research. The links on this page will ‘automagically’ be updated as new ones are added to our Links database (they will, also, update on our Links page).

Victims of National Socialism

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