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Roma population victims in Ludbreg during World War II
; Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Zagreb, Croatia
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Vojak, D. (2017). Stradanje Roma u Ludbregu za vrijeme Drugoga svjetskog rata. Podravina : časopis za multidisciplinarna istraživanja, 16(32), 97-116. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/192388
The Roma population had settled in the area Ludbreg no later than the 17th Century and from then until the Second World War they shared a similar fate as other Roma in the Croatian regions. According to them, the Croatian authorities since the end of the XVI century unsuccessfully implemented antigypsy legislation which included the prosecution and restriction of their movements. World War II opened a »new chapter« in the persecution of the Roma minority population with the arrival of the head of profasistic Ustasha in The Independent State of Croatia. In summer 1941st Ustasha authorities had conducted conscription of the 401 Roma, of which a considerable part of them was absent in Italy and Međimurje. The second phase of the Ustasha repression against Roma started in less until a year later when they deported Roma form Ludbreg to Jasenovac concentration camp. In this camp, most of them were killed.
Roma; Ludbreg; Second World War; Independent State of Croatia
Hrčak ID: 192388
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