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The Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies The author was dealing with the persecution of the Gypsies during the time of the Nazis The book first started off with the basic hatred and prejudice that the people had against the Gypsies The author talked about how people thought that the Gypsies were deceitful and stole along with many other things According to the author people saw the Gypsies as a filthy people I can understand this point of view considering they did not use the inside facilities The first part of the book just dealt with these opinions and prejudices In the next part of the book the author dealt with the crime prevention of the Gypsies and the confronting of an alien race The Gypsies did steal from people that were not Gypsies They saw this as a crime but to steal from a non-Gypsy was fine The Gypsies also felt that some things did not belong to a certain person rather to the community Things like firewood and chickens they considered not to belong to anyone In this part the author talked about confronting an alien nation The Gypsies were of a darker skin so that meant they were not like the Gypsies In the next part of the book the author deals with a special case of the Austrian Gypsies Here the author was talking about the complaints about the Gypsies in Austria In this part of the book he deals with security measures taken The Gypsies were also considered spies and vulnerable to espionage So there are certain laws that would contain or prevent the Gypsies from involving themselves in such acts In the first part of this book it deals a lot with certain laws that try and hold down the Gypsy lifestyle As it gets deeper into the book there are more harsh actions taken against the Gypsies After dealing with the legislation actions against the Gypsies the author
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