Series: Interface Collection

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GYPSIES & FLAMENCO: The Emergence of the Art of Flamenco in Andalusia (Bold Strummer Books About Gypsies) by Bernard Leblon
Gypsies : from the Ganges to the Thames by Donald Kenrick
Gypsies Under the Swastika by Donald Kenrick
In the Shadow of the Swastika: Volume 2: The Gypsies during the Second World War (Interface Collection) by Karola Fings2
Roma, Gypsies: Texts Issued by International Institutions: Volume 5 (Interface Collection) by Marielle Danbakli5
English gypsies and state policies by David Mayall7
A False Dawn: Volume 16: My Life as a Gypsy Woman in Slovakia (Interface Collection) by Ilona Lackova16
What Is the Romani Language?: Volume 21 (Interface Collection) by Peter Bakker21
Gypsies in the Ottoman Empire: Volume 22: A Contribution to the History of the Balkans (Interface Collection) by Elena Marushiakova22
We Are the Romani People by Ian F. Hancock28

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