omg not this romany crap again, this happened earlier in the year with a similar thread and that didnt go well for the op then either , heres a great tip , IT'S A GAME
U MISSED A FEW YEARS ,
1502: Louis XII expels the Romanies from France.
1512: Romani recorded in Sweden.
1526: Henry VIII expels the Romanies from England. Romanies caught entering England are to be punished with death.
1530: Egyptians Act 1530 passed in England.
1536: Anti-Romani laws passed in Denmark.
1538: Portugal expels Romanies to Brazil.
1540: Anti-Romani laws passed in Flanders.
1541: Anti-Romani laws passed in Scotland.
1549: Anti-Romani laws passed in Bohemia.
1557: Anti-Romani laws passed in Poland and Lithuania.
1560: In Sweden, the Lutheran Church forbids any priests to baptize, marry or bury Romani.
1563: Romanies are denied entrance into the priesthood by the Council of Trent.
1571: Sweden: The act of 1560 are retracted and the church are permitted to baptize, marry and bury Romani.
1578: The King of Sweden attempt to expel the Romani by threatening them with forced labor in Sala silver mine.
1589: Denmark imposes a death sentence on any Romani caught in the country.
1595: Ştefan Răzvan, son of a Romani immigrant from the Ottoman Empire, rules Moldavia for four months.
1619: Philip III of Spain orders all Romanies to settle down and abandon their traditional lifestyle and culture. Failure to do so is punishable by death.
1637: Anti-Romani laws passed in Sweden: all adult Romani men are sentenced to death, while women and children are to be expelled.
1740-1789: In the Habsburg Monarchy under Maria Theresa (1740–1780), a series of decrees tried to force the Romanies to permanently settle, removed rights to horse and wagon ownership (1754), renamed them as "New Citizens" and forced Romani boys into military service if they had no trade (1761), forced them to register with the local authorities (1767), and prohibited marriage between Romanies (1773). Her successor Josef II prohibited the wearing of traditional Romani clothing and the use of the Romani language, punishable by flogging.
1748: Romani are officially permitted to reside and live in Sweden.
1936-1945: Nazis begin systematic persecution of Romanies, that culminated in the killing of 500,000 to 1,500,000 Romanies in what is called Porajmos, the Romani Holocaust.
2006: University of Manchester completes its "Romani project", the first morphological study aiming to collect all the dialects of Romani language throughout Europe and dealing with their coherency. 
2006: The first entirely Romani party is founded in Hungary, called the "MCF Roma összefogás" (MCF Union of the Roma), although they managed only 0.08% of total votes at the parliamentary elections held on April 9, 2006. [permanent dead link]
2010: In July 2010, French President Nicolas Sarkozy began a systematic deportation campaign against the Romani. His targets were Romanian and Bulgarian Roma. Critics of the Sarkozy administration consider the deportations as a diversionary tactic to reduce attention on threats to French social benefits. The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination expressed concern the deportations are evidence of growing racism and xenophobia in France.
2011: On September 1, 2011, a Romani academy of arts and sciences was founded in Belgrade to promote, organize, and disseminate research into Romani culture, language, and history. The academy has 21 regular members, including prominent Romani academics and public figures from 11 European countries, India, and the United States. There are 13 honorary members, which have included former Czech President Václav Havel. The academy was co-founded by Rajko Đurić, a Serbian Romani writer and academic who is also its first president, and received initial supporting funds from the German Heinrich Böll Foundation. 
2012: On October 24, 2012, after many years of delays and disputes over cost and design, Angela Merkel unveils the Memorial to the Sinti and Roma victims of National Socialism in Berlin.