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  • Gypsies of Kosovo

    The Gypsies of Kosovo

    A Survey of Their Communities After the War

    Paul Polansky

    Acknowledgments:

    This survey was made possible by the financial support of People In Need (Prague, Czech Republic), Oxfam (Prishtine, Kosova) and Society for Threatened People International (Gottingen, Germany). I would also Eke to thank UNHCR for providing transport for the last week of this survey, and for their cooperation in letting me interview Roma and Hashkalij a in their refugee camps.

    Note on Spellings:

    The spelling most common in use today (November 1999) has been used for each community. For example, since most inhabitants in the capital of Kosova today are Albanians, I have spelled it Prishtine. If Serbs are still in the majority in a community, I have maintained the Serbian spelling.

    Version: 16 November 1999

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