Ordinance Limiting the Movement of Jews in Belgium
(August 29, 1941)
By virtue of authority bestowed by the Chief Commander of the Army, the following is ordered for Belgium:
It is forbidden for Jews to travel out of their houses between the hours of 20:00 and 07:00 (Par. 1 of the ordinance of October 28, 1940, concerning the Jews - Ordinance Bulletin of the Military Commander, Section 20, No. 1).
It is forbidden for Jews to settle in any other community other than Brussels, Antwerp, Liege and Charleroi.
Violations of the clauses of this ordinance will be punished by imprisonment and fine or by only one of the above penalties.
The present ordinance will go into effect upon its publication.
On behalf of the Military Commander of Belgium and Northern France
The Chief of the Military Administration
Source: Yad Vashem