Belzec originally began operation in early 1940 as a forced labor camp for Jews. It was destroyed and rebuild as a death camp in March 1942 as part of Operation Reinhard. Belzec was decommissioned in the Spring of 1943.
Included history of the camp, timeline, and personal story.
Contains information about the extermination center, and a few pictures.
Belzec: The Forgotten Camp
Description of camp, plus reflection upon visiting.
Information about the victims, staff, maps, photos, and history.
Excavations at Belzec Camp Reported
Contains evidence of a recent archaeological study.
Memorializing Those Murdered at Belzec
A Reuters correspondent describes the need to memorialize Holocaust sites, particularly Belzec.
A Reassessment: Resettlement Transports to Belzec, March-December 1942
A reassessment of the number of victims at the camp.
Testimonies of Belzec SS-Men
First hand accounts of the mass killings.
Wikipedia: Belzec Extermination Camp
Contains brief overview of the camp.
Last update:March 22, 2016 at 12:37:25 UTC