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" The ethnic makeup was as follows: * Romanians: 98.08% * Gypsies (Romani people): 1.3% * Lipovans: 0.16% * Hungarians: 0.14% * Other: 0.32% Economy The city's industries include a fertilizer plant, a pulp

loss programs,personal trainer,Nutrition Bar,Dry sauna,massage.Our gym is built to help people realize their goals and find their inner strength. We combine the most diverse amenities with the best personal training to deliver the ultimate fitness experience Stay safe The city is one of the safest citys in Romania and ranked as top 20 safest city in Europe. Regardless, always be prudent and take basic precautions as you would in any other city. Watch your pockets when there are gypsies


-Reichssicherheitshauptamt '' (Reich Main Security Office), conducted a war against Untermensch behind the front lines and were in charge of liquidating Communists, Jews, Gypsies and partisans. Westemeier, p. 52 http: www.nizkor.org hweb imt tgmwc tgmwc-04 tgmwc-04-28-06.shtml "The Trial of German Major War Criminals, Sitting at Nuremberg, Germany". 7th January to 19th January, 1946. Twenty-Eighth Day (Part 6 of 10

task during the war (according to SS General Erich von dem Bach at the Nuremberg Trials) "... was the annihilation of the Jews, Gypsies (Romani people), and Soviet (Soviet Union) political commissars". The Trial of German Major War Criminals. Sitting at Nuremberg, Germany. 7th January to 19th January, 1946. Twenty-Eighth Day (Part 6 of 10) (nizkor) The ''Einsatzgruppen


Institute Population by province, municipality, settlement and ethnic identification, by 01.02.2011; Bulgarian National Statistical Institute *Bulgarians: 32,706 (95.2%) *Turks (Turks in Bulgaria): 919 (2.7%) *Gypsies (Roma in Bulgaria): 411 (1.2%) *Others: 120 (0.3%) *Indefinable: 201 (0.6%) **Undeclared: 2,243 (6.1%) Total: 36,600 The ethnic composition of Lovech Municipality

is 43,223 Bulgarians, 2,321 Turks and 665 Gypsies among others. Following the census of 1926 Professor Anastas Ishirkov noted the homogeneity of the population which is 95% of Bulgarian (Bulgarians) origin. History Ancient history Lovech is one of the oldest towns in Bulgaria. Traces of human activities from very ancient times were found in the region, mainly in the caves near the town. The reason was the comfortable location between the mountains and the flat country


by ethnicity demographics1_footnotes demographics1_title1 Hungarians demographics1_info1 96.9% demographics1_title2 Gypsies (Romani people) demographics1_info2 1.7% demographics1_title3 Germans (Hungarian Germans) demographics1_info3 0.7% demographics1_title5 Poles (Pole and Hungarian cousins be) demographics1_info5 0.3% demographics1_title6 Croats (Croats in Hungary) demographics1_info6 0.2% demographics1_title7


;right" Numerous concentration camps were built in Croatia (Independent State of Croatia), most notably Jasenovac (Jasenovac concentration camp) (in Croatian: Logor Jasenovac in Serbian: Логор Јасеновац Logor Jasenovac), the largest, where hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Gypsies (Romani people) (Roma), Jews and Croatian dissidents died. It was established


, had a population of 49,315, of which 20,643 Slavs, 14,900 Turks (Turkish people), 9,400 Christian Aromanians and Megleno-Romanians, 3,500 Muslim Megleno-Romanians, 655 Gypsies (Romani people), and 187 Circassians. The villages of Meglen Vlachs had in 1900 the following populations: thumb 200px The Meglenoromanian settlements in Greece and the Republic of Macedonia in 1925 (File:Capidan Megleno.jpg) Children's music One of the most notable children's music festivals

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Nazification of Sport Many Jews and Gypsies were banned from participating in sporting events, including Jewish four-time world record holder and 10-time German national champion Lilli Henoch.


) headed by Nazi psychiatrist Dr. Robert Ritter (Robert Ritter), was attached to the ''Kriminalpolizei''. Its role was to create racial profiles of non-aryans, in particular, Roma (Romani people). Both the Gestapo and the Kripo deferred their policies and guidelines to the Criminal Biological department on how to deal with Gypsies.


! style "width:9%;" Armenians (Armenians in Bulgaria) ! style "width:9%;" Gypsies (Roma in Bulgaria) ! style "width:9%;" Others - ! 1878 24 053 ИЗТОЧНА РУМЕЛИЯ МЕЖДУ ЕВРОПА И ОРИЕНТА, посетен на 17 януари 2008 г. 10 909 5558 1134 4781 806 865 902 - ! 1884 33 442 (100%) 16 752

: www.nsi.bg ORPDOCS Census2011_1.pop_by_age.xls Population on 01.02.2011 by provinces, municipalities, settlements and age; National Statistical Institute Population by province, municipality, settlement and ethnic identification, by 01.02.2011; Bulgarian National Statistical Institute *Bulgarians: 277,804 (89.9%) *Turks (Turks in Bulgaria): 16,032 (5.2%) * Roma in Bulgaria Gypsies

Gypsies : 5,192 (1.5%) *Others: 5,764 (1.7%) *Indefinable: 933 (0.3%) **Undeclared: 976 (0.3%) Total: 338,224 In its ethnic character Plovdiv is the second or the third largest cosmopolitan city inhabited by Bulgarians after Sofia and possibly Varna. According to the 2001 census from population of 338 224 inhabitants the Bulgarians were 302 858 (90%). Stolipinovo in Plovdiv is the largest Gypsy neighbourhood in the Balkans, having a population of around 20,000 alone, further

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Gypsies ") # Midilli (Sanjak of Midilli) # Karadağ (Montenegro) # ''Sanjakbey'' of the ''Müselleman-i Kirk Kilise'' ("Muslims of Kirk Kilise") # ''Sanjakbey'' of the Voynuks The ''Çingene'', ''Müselleman-i Kirk Kilise'' and Voynuks were not territorial circumscriptions, but rather represented merely a ''sanjakbey'' appointed to control these scattered and often nomadic groups, and who acted as the commander of the military forces recruited among them

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