List of Hungarian Jews in Malines Concentration Camp under the protection of the Belgian Consulate (microfilm)

Scope and Content

Lists of Jews held under the protection of the Hungarian consulate, Belgium, 1943.

Administrative / Biographical History

Malines (Mechelen) concentration camp was situated in a former barracks by the river in the city of the same name in Belgium. It was appropriated by the Germans in 1942 to serve as an assembly camp for all the Jews of Belgium and other 'undesirable' groups. The camp was divided into several groups including those to be deported; nationals of neutral countries or Germany's allies; borderline cases (ie mixed race); political prisoners and, in the final stages of the camp's existence, Gypsies.



Conditions Governing Access


Acquisition Information

Jewish Central Information Office

Other Finding Aids

Description exists to this archive on the Wiener Library's online catalogue

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements


Archivist's Note

Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, Israel Getman, Editor in Chief, (Macmillan, New York, 1990). Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.

Conditions Governing Use

Copies can be made for personal use. Permission must be sought for publication.

Custodial History

The originals of these lists were discovered when the camp Malines was liberated.

Location of Originals

Wiener Collection, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Geographical Names