Some SS staffs are mustered outside of the Belzec extermination camp. They are standing in the middle of two buildings wearing uniforms.
A bouquet is kept in front of the mausoleum at the former Belżec death camp.
The Oscar Shindler's Jews were started to be deported out of the ghetto during 1941 by the Nazi. They sent most of them to Belzec extermination camp and slaughtered. The ghetto was almost evacuated on 13 March 1943. There were still some Jews who were able to work. The Nazi sent them to the new concentration camp at Płaszów.
Adolf Eichmann acted as a supervisor of mass deportations that was started almost instantly to extermination camps and Bełżec was one of them.