|Polish Museum Explores Life and History of Gypsies
|830 words, one illustration
||Artcle regarding the Ethnographic Museum in Tarnow devoted to the history and life of the Gypsies -- or Romas as they call themselves (from Sanskrit word for 'man'), The small museum, opened by the Polish government in 1979, offers a chance to learn more about the Gypsies in an hour than most Eastern Europeans, and many Gypsies themselves, learn about Gypsy history in a lifetime. The museum provides a guidebook in English and Polish.
| The Roma in Poland: A Bibliography
||An annotated list of four books dealing with the Roma in Poland.
| The Gypsy Caravan of Memory and Roma National Identity
|1,915 words, 4 images
|| Site describes a cultural program organized realized in Tarnów by the Ethnography Museum and the Socio-Cultural Association of the Roma. Reflecting on the Roma Holocaust at the hand of the Nazis during World War II, the caravan follows a trail between places commemorating the martyrdom of fellow Gypsies and connected with their history.
||An account of the Gypsie Summer Festival in Tarnow
|Center for Studies of Gypsy Holocaust to Open in Auschwitz
| 175 words
||A 1996 announcement a center that will document and study the extermination of 22,000 European Gypsies during the World War II German occupation of Poland at Auschwitz, the notorious Nazi death camp.
|Needy Guests, Reluctant Hosts: the Plight of Rumanians in Poland
| 4,050 words
||A 1995 artcle reflecting on the mass exodus Gypsies-- or Romas as they call themselves (from Sanskrit word for 'man') -- from Rumania, their plight and the immense problems their exodus was causing for the "front-line" states of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland.