The Kazerne Dossin archive contains a wealth of digital and physical documents about the Holocaust in Belgium. Part of the collection is available online, but to view most of the documents you need to come here in person or ask for documents to be made available. HOW? Here you can read all about what you should know for your visit to the reading room.
The collection also includes video and audio files, authentic objects, and so on. Kazerne Dossin also regularly receives family archives from relatives of victims of the Holocaust.
Researchers, students and other interested people are welcome to consult the archive collections in the reading room.
If you have specific questions about the contents of the archive collection, or about reproduction or copyright matters, please contact the Kazerne Dossin via email@example.com
By appointment: Monday, Wednesday and Friday (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Open access: Tuesday, Thursday (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Research Centre Kazerne Dossin
Goswin de Stassartstraat 153
B- 2800 Mechelen
T : 0032 (0) 15 29 06 60