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Asperg, Deportation von Sinti und Roma
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English:Sinti and Roma people (Gypsies) about to be deported by the Nazis. Photograph taken in the German town of Asperg.
Depicted place Asperg
Date 22 May 1940
Photographer Unknown
Rassenhygienische und kriminalbiologische Forschungsstelle des Reichsgesundheitsamtes - Bildbestand (R 165 Bild)
Accession number R 165 Bild-244-52
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