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The Hungarian Roma Population During the Last Half-Century

@inproceedings{Kllai2015TheHR,
  title={The Hungarian Roma Population During the Last Half-Century},
  author={Ernő K{\'a}llai},
  year={2015}
}
Before the 1944 German occupation, the majority of the some 200,000 Roma led a settled life and the various decrees about public order or epidemics aimed at their regulation only affected those who remained vagrants. Even though traditional Gypsy crafts began to gradually fade away during the era of the Dual Monarchy, the fast economic growth and liberalism of the age allowed the Roma to successfully find new livelihoods. Between the two world wars, however, the disappearance of traditional… 
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