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Robert Dawson

Robert Dawson became interested in Gypsies at the age of 11. Evicted from education at the age of 14, he became a journalist and crime and police specialist. In 1977, he retrained as a teacher, retiring as a head. Since then he has written full time and is an acknowledged authority on British Romanies.

Robert Dawson
Author's Books
Leaves in a Holocaust Wind

The Holocaust, the final solution for Jews, is infamous in history. Robert Dawson's Leaves in a Holocaust Wind is the story of another community that suffered in the Holocaust: the Gypsies. Told by Demeter Fox and Zuzzi, Leaves in a Holocaust Wind follows their journey to freedom in the German occup...

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Tuesday, Wednesday, Quake Day

Tom is a young man from the traveller community who has a six-year-old sister, Luckry (Lucretia) who's a bit of a pain, and a ‘girlfriend' (don't say that or she'll slap him) Nat. All is going well in a kids growing up kind of way until fracking starts in the local countryside when Tom gets his ni...

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