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7th Period: Romani Migration
⟶ Updated 27 Oct 2017 ⟶
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In the mid-1400s, they started to become enslaved, blamed for crimes, and generally disrespcted.
In the 19th century they started to chain migrated to the U.S and Canda.
The largest concentration of Romani is in southeastern Europe and Russia.
In the early 1500s, they were living in Sweden, England and Scoltland.
They made it to Germany around 1417.
Around 1425, the Romani made it to Spain.
Portugal became the first country to deport Romani slaves in the 1700s.
Romani Migration Started
Recently they have been moving into France illegally. In 2010, France began to break up Romani of camps.
Today (2017) there are about 12 to 15 million Romani in the word. They live everywhere in the world but Antarctica.
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