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This collection consists of the bank vaults which were not claimed by their original owners post-war. The owners were both Jewish and non-Jewish war victims or refugees who did not return to Belgium. The vaults do not contain any valuables, but documents including securities and personal documents, family photos, and objects such as cutlery, photo cameras and tableware.
This collection is not accessible to third parties. Relatives who might be entitled to the content of one of the vaults are requested to contact email@example.com
- Bank vaults which were not claimed after the war. Collection
- Belgian banks and insurance companies
- Dutch, French, German, Polish, Russian, Hebrew, Italian, English, Hungarian
- Latin, Gothic, Cyrillic, Hebrew
- The content of the vaults is not accessible. Relatives who might be entitled to the content of one of the vaults are requested to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- 14,000 images (109 vaults)
- In 2003 the Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistance, predecessor of Kazerne Dossin, assisted the Ministry of Finance in contacting beneficiaries of bank vaults which had not been claimed by their owners after the war. The content of vaults which were not claimed was transferred to the JMDR.
- Ministry of Finance, 2003