Baro Xaimos: A Novel of the Gypsy Holocaust
by E.W. Farnsworth
The novel opens in the 1930’s on the eve of the formation of the Marzahn Camp. This camp was the prototype for concentration camps designed to contain, oppress and ultimately kill all Roma within Nazi occupied Europe. The gypsies manage to escape the German government to find a base of operations in the USSR. From there, gypsies are dispatched by Moscow Center as intelligence gatherers/assassins.