The Gradual Increase of Nazi Persecution of the Roma and Sinti

  • Adolf Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany.

    In November of 1932, the Nazi party won 33 percent of the vote, which was more than any other party, in the German Election.
  • Reichstag Fire Degree

    Government now could control what was being published to citizens of Germany, and it let them not see anything against Nazis
  • Enabling Act

    The way that this was affecting everyone’s lives was because they were influenced to vote for a leader that is actually not going to do much good for them.
  • Burning of ‘Un-German’ Books

    Basically, what happened in this event is Hitler ordered all of the Nazis to burn all of the books, almost, because the only books considered to be okay were ones that were pro-nazi.
  • First Transport of Sinti/Roma to Auschwitz.

    The first transport of sinti/Roma from Germany came to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
  • Hitler Becomes Fuhrer

    Hitler got rid of the office and declared himself as the Dictator.Hitler could do whatever he wanted to do.
  • Laws for the protection Of German Blood and Honor

    Jewish people could not marry non Jews. It was illegal for couples to be of mixed race.
  • Nuremberg Laws extended.

    Roma, Sinti, and Afro Germans lost their citizenship and were not allowed to marry “Aryan” germans.
  • Stephen Moise

    The last Romani people were rounded up, thrown onto cattle carts and were sent to Tranistriana with little to no food or water, and were left to die. He later escaped with his wife to find his six-year old sister dead.
  • Announcement of Death Penalty for Aiding Jews

    What the law does is it tells people if they help Jews or if they were caught hiding.
  • Elie Wiesiel

    He was forced out of his home, and later witnessed most of his family be gassed.