A woodcut forYom Kippur made by Jewish officers of the Polish army who were captured by the Germans. The officers were interned in the Oflag II C POW camp in Woldenburg (now Dobiegniew), Poland. The woodcut depicts the tablets of the ten commandments, candles and the leader of the prayer service. The decoration was prepared for Yom Kippur, September 21, 1942. Note: Oflag [German, abbreviation for Offiziers - Lager]: POW camp for officers.
חיתוך עץ ליום הכיפורים, שנעשה ע"י קצינים יהודיים בצבא הפולני, שנישבו בידי הגרמנים.