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By Crowe,André Liebich

during this totally up-to-date version with a brand new foreword via Andre Liebich, David M. Crowe presents an summary of the lifestyles, heritage, and tradition of the Gypsies, or Roma, from their front into the zone within the heart a long time up till the current, drawing from formerly untapped East eu, Russian, and conventional sources.

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