BELZEC: Zamojskie Print

Coat of arms of Be??ec Alternate names: Be??ec [Pol], Belzhetz [Yid], Belzhets. 50°23' N, 23°26' E, 45 miles NNW of L'viv (Lvov), 70 miles SSE of Lublin, 5 miles S of Tomaszów Lubelski. On the former border between Lublin voivodship and Galicia. 1900 Jewish population: about 100. village in Tomaszów Lubelski gmiina, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland and seat of thegmina (administrative district) called Gmina Be??ec.

1942-1943 death camp and death camp information.

Concentration Camp: Belzec, established in November 1941, was the third largest of the Nazi death camps. (photos) The number of victims is estimated at around 600,000, most Jews. Only a handful of survivors are known from the camp. A memorial and museum was opened on the site in 2004. [March 2009]

BOOK: Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Jewish Heritage Travel A Guide to East-Central Europe . New York: John Wiley &Sons, Inc., 1992. p 38-39.

Be??ec extermination camp - Wikipedia,

Belzec - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Museum-Memorial Site in Be??ecOperation Reinhard - The Camps of Belzec, Sobibor


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