Romani and Sinti Genocide [10]

75th Anniversary of the Romani and Sinti Genocide

Subject: no
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Diameter: 32 mm
Weight: 14.14 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 13000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: no
Date of issue: 2019-07-24
Issue price: 120 pln
The reverse of the coin features an image of a survivor of the genocide, Marianna Paczkowska (1925–2010), modelled on a preserved photograph.

Designer: Urszula Walerzak
The obverse of the coin features the inscription: Likwidacja “Zigeunerlager” KL Auschwitz- Birkenau (Liquidation of Zigeunerlager KL Auschwitz-Birkenau) 02.08.1944 and images of barbed wire.

Designer: Urszula Walerzak

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75th Anniversary of the Romani and Sinti Genocide

In the history of the Romani, the Second World War was a tragic period during which the German Nazis and their allies committed genocide on them – as they did with the Jews. This was a racially motivated attempt at exterminating the whole nation. The extermination was carried out in a systematic manner by the Third Reich between 1943–1944, according to the decree by Heinrich Himmler from December 1942 on the “final solution to the Gypsy question”. Mass executions had also taken place earlier, which was associated with the German occupation troops marching into the conquered territories. It is estimated that in this period in Europe some 500 thousand Romani were murdered, which probably accounted for about 50 per cent of their pre-war population. Operations ...

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