Belzec Concentration Camp

Type   Prison Camp
Historical Name of Location   Belzec, Lublin, Poland

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Belzec Concentration Camp Timeline

13 Mar 1942 In Poland, The Belzec Concentration Camp opened for operation with a transport of 6,000 Jews from Mielec, Poland.
16 Mar 1942 Belzec Concentration Camp was established in occupied Poland for the purpose of holding and exterminating Jews from Lublin and Galicia.
17 Mar 1942 In Aktion Reinhard, Jews from Lublin, Poland were sent to the nearby Belzec concentration camp.




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