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Article title

DŮSLEDKY ZÁSAHŮ KOMUNISTICKÉHO REŽIMU DO VÝVOJE ROMSKÝCH SKUPIN V ČSSR (1958 – 1969)

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Result of the intervention of the communist regime in the development of Gypsies groups in Czechoslovakia (1958 – 1969)
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CS
Abstracts
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Historical development of the Roma population affected Czechoslovakia in the years of the communist regime interventions, leading to its urbanization. Representatives of the Communist regime prohibited by law No. 74/58 the free movement of Roma groups, especially nomadic. Following reform of the state administration meant the collapse of plans for the definitive establishment of the Roma population. In 1965, the government attempted destruction of Roma settlements and "unwanted sites focus" in Czechoslovakia. In 1968 it was conducted the first attempt of the emancipation of the Roma minority.
Contributors
  • Filozofická fakulta Ostravské univerzity, Ostrava, Czech Republic
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