||Rudolf Rederís witness account of his time as a prisoner in the alleged extermination camp Belzec, which is simply entitled Belzec. There were only seven survivors of the Belzec camp, and of those seven only two Ė Rudolf Reder and Chaim Hirszman Ė left testimony of their experiences. Since Hirszman only made a short statement before he was murdered [by anti-Semitic Poles according to most historians], Rederís account is regarded as the most important testimony on the Belzec camp left by a former Jewish prisoner.
This book is part of a series: Książki Wojewódzkiej żydowskiej komisji historycznej w Krakowie. no. 4.
In 2000, Polish historian M.M. Rubel published an annotated translation of Rudolf Rederís Belzec.This translation, published in volume 13 of the journal Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, is currently the most accessible English translation of Rederís account