Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January is an occasion for Jews and Roma (Gypsies) to remind the world how their families were terrorised and butchered by the Nazis in World War II. Roma in Vlasca, a village in southeastern Romania, told the BBC’s Delia Radu about their wartime ordeal. Historians often call it “the forgotten Holocaust”. Up to 500,000 Roma are believed to have died in mass shootings and Nazi gas chambers.
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