Friday, 6 March 2015


Belgium had a Pre-War Jewish population of 66,000 (1940), out of which 28,902 (45%) perished in the holocaust. Following photographs depict the major areas that would be covered for the Belgian Jewry.

 Belgium's National Holocaust Memorial.

Holocaust Memorial, Ghent. The small Jewish community of Ghent had an estimated 300 Jews in 1939.

Holocaust Memorial, Antwerp.

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