This book’s subject matter is something I never would have pursued, but I found it absolutely fascinating. I knew of gypsy persecution in Europe during WWII but this book went beyond my previous knowledge by outlining their origins as well as addressing contemporary issues they face in Eastern Europe after the Cold War. I highly enjoyed this book.

Reviewed by Gregg
Located in Ayer, MA
Bury Me Standing: The Gypsies and Their Journey

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