An elderly man passes by pictures showing aspects of Romanian Roma community life, and Roma personalities in the world, among them Charlie Chaplin, during an event at the Holocaust Memorial in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011. Scores of Romanian Gypsies perished during WWII deportations in the Dniestr region 65 years ago.

The Forgotten 5 Million Non-Jewish Victims Of The Holocaust

Up to 1.5 million Roma Gypsies were rounded up and killed by the Nazis, a genocide known as the “Porajmos” in their language.