In encyclopedic information “ ” Gypsies are a nomadic people, originally of North Indian origin, who today live mainly in Europe. Around 1050, India’s Punjab-Sind (Pakistan, Karachi) along the river basin, Pakistan and Afghanistan, including the regions of Iran and Anatolia spread around the world,” although the translation in Turkey, houses can be set on fire, neighborhoods in the early morning (Kashan) 1000 police with racist rhetoric and anthems can be read as people.
V-XI of the Gypsy migration. it is known that between the centuries it was from India to Iran in different waves, from here it was divided into Two Parts: West and South. Part of this Gypsy migration movement, divided into two parts, passed through Syria and Armenia to Anatolia. Although the exact dates of their passage to Turkey are unknown, the Cats who were deported by the Arabs to Anazarva (Ain Zebra), located within the borders of the Byzantine Empire, between 820 and 834, and connected with the Armenians there, are considered to be related to the Gypsies.
It is believed that some may have crossed into Anatolia through Armenia before 1071. The Byzantine historian Nichephoros Gregoras is known to have recorded that Gypsy acrobats reached Constantinople in 1322. Also, long before this date, X. it is also recorded that he came to Constantinople in the century as a blacksmith and stable boy. In light of these news, the entry of Gypsies into Anatolia IX. and XIV. it can be said that it was between centuries.
A MOTLEY LIFE OF STUBBORNNESS TO FASCISM
Rengahenk said Can Yucel as the name of his poem and book. The harmony created by differences, the unity of opposites, and the struggle of opposites provided the dialectic of life, the transformation. But each period was a single mind that could not tolerate the different colors of life.
During the period of fascism in Germany and Europe, half a million Gypsies were burned in gas chambers and used as guinea pigs in ‘medical experiments’. The Nazis destroyed not only Gypsies, but also those who carried “Gypsy Blood” in their lineage for three generations.
The racist ideology of the Nazis also included Gypsies in the category of “inferior races to be destroyed”. During the Nazi rule, pressure also began on gypsies living in Germany. Gypsies, considered a cultural color in many countries of the world with their artistic talents and unique lifestyles, become the target of inhumane hatred in Nazi Germany.
Gypsies, like Jews, were the target of Nazi mass extermination attacks. All means of slaughter applied to Jews are also applied to Gypsies. Einsatzgruppe teams also kill Gypsies where they find them. In an article entitled” Gypsy victims of Nazi terror“, UNESCO publications provided the following information about this: “in Poland and on the territory of the Soviet Union, Gypsies were massacred both in death camps and in open land… Everywhere the Nazis passed, Gypsies were arrested, exiled and killed. In Yugoslavia, the executions of Jews and Gypsies were carried out in wooded areas in October 1941. Villagers still remember the cries and screams of children being loaded into trucks to be taken to the execution sites”.