Many viewed Gypsies to be 'asocial' as they mostly kept to themselves from country to country not adapting to any particular culture. This mostly resulted in Gypsies being segregated from the rest of the population. The Nazis viewed Gypsies to be inferior as well as racially inferior. In camps doctors would conduct test on Gypsies to find a certain 'gene' which proved that they were different.
A scheme like the one Hitler put in place relies on thuggery and intimidation gypsies are a convenient group for his thugs to practice on, as they were only very loosely connected with the local community's and were most definitely looked down upon. Most felt that their areas would be better of without a Gypsies camp nearby messing up the place. and most people were themselves intimidated by Hitlers tactics. keep in mind that the concept of human rights just did not exist in those days. All revolutions are accompanied by intimidation and fear, and this is how Hitler worked.
They were persecuted by the Nazis.
Jews, Gypsies and Cripples/ people with disablilities
Besides the Jews, the Nazis also persecuted gypsies, homosexuals, Soviets and the mentally disabled.
Nazi's also did not like Blacks, Gypsies, Homosexuals, Russians and Catholics.
Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Gypsies, Jews, and Freemasons, if you consider Freemasonry a religion.
No. Nobody deserves to be persecuted.
They were in the same "sub-human" class as the Jews, the Jehovah's Witnesses, and the gypsies. They were persecuted, ill treated, and murdered.
The Nazis persecuted anyone who was not a blond, blue eyed Nazi. This included not only Jews, but negroes, gypsies, Magyars and other Slavic races.
Jews, Roma/Sinti ('gypsies'). Communists. Socialists. Liberals. Other dissidents; Incurables, Gays, Jehova's Witnesses;
Some other persecuted groups include: Slavs, Gypsies, Homosexuals, Physically & Mentally Handicapped Perople, Catholic Leaders, and Political Opponents.people
The Sinti and the Roma were lumped together under the heading "Gypsies", and, like almost every other group that weren't pure Aryan, they were persecuted and murdered as "undesirables" by the Third Reich.
Just the opposite, Gypsies are an antisocial and dangerous people.
They were accused of stealing from people.
The Jews were persecuted by the Nazis during the Holocaust.Gypsies, Jews, disabled, anyone with any disorder, anyone considered racially inferior.Jews, Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses.--------------The Holocaust was mass murder, not persecution. Please see the related question for a longer list. Incidentally, the second largest group killed was Soviet prisoners of war (about 3.3 million) but they are seldom mentioned.
the Gypsies escaped the wrath of the Nazis No, they didn't.
Yes. At least 220,000 gypsies were killed by the Nazis.
the answer to the people who were persecuted by the Nazis because of their religion is the JEWS no need to thank me <3 =)
The 'gypsies' (Roma/Sinti) were persecuted and later large numbers of them were killed.
1. the Jews 2. the disabled 3. gypsies 4. technically the Polish 5. sorry, i don't know
Jews, Gypsies, communists, socialists, homosexuals, those with congenital handicaps such as mental disabilities, Slavs, liberals, Jehovah's Witnesses, black people....
The Nazis persecuted Gypsies Homosexuals Physically disabled people Deff people Jews Polish Ally soldiers Children They done the same thing to all of them, sent them to concentration camps or extermination camps