Anti-gay purges in Chechnya in the Chechen Republic , a part of the Russian Federation , have included forced disappearances —secret abductions, imprisonment, torture —and extrajudicial killing by authorities targeting persons based on their perceived sexual orientation. An unknown number of people, who authorities detained on suspicion of being gay or bisexual, have reportedly died after being held in what human rights groups and eyewitnesses have called concentration camps. Allegations were initially reported on 1 April in Novaya Gazeta ,  a Russian-language opposition newspaper, which reported that since February over men had allegedly been detained and tortured and at least three had died in an extrajudicial killing. The paper, citing its sources in the Chechen special services, called the wave of detentions a " prophylactic sweep". As news spread of Chechen authorities' actions, which have been described as part of a systematic anti- LGBT purge , Russian and international activists scrambled to evacuate survivors of the camps and other vulnerable Chechens but were met with difficulty obtaining visas to conduct them safely beyond Russia. The reports of the persecution were met with a variety of reactions worldwide.
Classification System in Nazi Concentration Camps
Treatment of Homosexuals/ Statistics - Holocaust Victims Homosexuals
In Poland, no one writes about the tragic fate of homosexuals during the Nazi era. Nothing has been published about the thousands of Polish homosexuals who became death camp victims. The Napoleonic Code of served as the model for this kind of progress. Under the influence of the French Revolution, Bavaria repealed in the law that imposed penalties on homosexual unions. The government of Hannover soon followed suit. The Berlin physician Magnus Hirschfeld zealously opposed Article
European Roma ("Gypsies") in the Holocaust
The Nazis goal of producing a pure bred German blood race contained problems not only with the Jews, but also with the homosexuals within the nation. The homosexuals were going against everything the Nazis wanted. Because they were homosexual, they were not able to procreate due to their sexual orientation.
The Roma "Gypsies" of Europe were registered, sterilized, ghettoized, and then deported to concentration and death camps by the Nazis before and during World War II. Approximately , to , Roma people were murdered during the Holocaust —an event they call the Porajmos the "Devouring. Approximately 1, years ago, several groups of people migrated from northern India, dispersing throughout Europe over the next several centuries.