Called Konzentrationslager Herzogenbusch by the Germans, Vught concentration camp was one of the German camps in the Netherlands. It started being used at the beginning of 1943. In May of that year, separate wards were set up for women and children.
Source: Nederland en de Tweede Wereldoorlog, Uitgeverij Waanders, p. 837 and Muziek in Theresienstadt 1941–1945, Joza Karas, Uitgeverij Panta Rhei, pp. 248–50.