The last bulletin of the Committee of Jewish Delegations in Paris contains a note on the Palais Mondial in Brussels and its Jewish section. In 1920 soon after the declaration of peace, the Palais Mondial was dedicated as a memorial to human labour and intellect, and as a symbol of peace and solidarity between nations. A special Jewish section was opened, consisting of a library, a museum and a hall for bibliopgraph. The Jewish section contains a rich collection of documents pertaining to Jewish history from the Biblical period to the present day. There is a particularly large collection of documents dealing with the Zionist movement. The Jewish University in Jerusalem is given special prominence.
The distribution of the Jews throughout the world is shown in a diagram. There is a special department for material relating to anti-Semitism, containing both anti-Semitic attacks and apologia.
The Archive of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency includes articles published from 1923 to 2008. Archive stories reflect the journalistic standards and practices of the time they were published.