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Multiculturalism for Steampunk: CYL:The Roving Roma

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Three little Roma (Gypsy) boys comfort one another in front of a unit of German soldiers. The location and date are unknown, possibly France or Poland. The image was most likely taken during a deportation round up to a concentration camp or ghetto. The genocide of Gypsies during the war is called the Porajmos, which means the “devouring” or the ”destruction" in the Romani language. Unknown date and location (possibly France or Poland). Europe. Circa 1940-1944.

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Irish Travellers in 1946. They are often referred to by the terms tinkers, knackers or itinerants in Ireland, while in other countries the term gypsies or didicoy is used to describe the community. Travellers refer to themselves as Minceir or Pavees in their own language or in Irish as an Lucht Siúil, meaning literally "the walking people".

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The Gypsies

Notting Dale, London, 1879 The Gypsies

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Triumphal procession through the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem.

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India, this mother looks at her child with love like every other mother in the world. This show you that God made all of us with a maternal loving heart, no matter what country, race, religion or culture.

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Roma aka Gypsy children, Romania. (In the their native Romany language, their name derives from the word for "man"). Roma are not to be confused in the english language for Romanians.

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Life of Gypsies by Josef Koudelka

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Melnik, Bulgaria |Click to read more. Incredible Pictures

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