The Nazis used the terms ‘asocial’ and ‘workshy’ to categorise together a heterodox group of people who failed to conform to their social norms. This group included vagrants, beggars, alcoholics, drug addicts, prostitutes, nonconformists, and pacifists. ‘Asocials’ were forced to wear black triangles in concentration camps. Gypsies (Roma) were often classed as ‘asocial’.