Black ink on white paper. Outdoor street scene. In the centre, one man is made to parade wrapped in prayer shawls (tallis) by three onlooking German soldiers. In the foreground one can see a family of three with father and son wearing kippas looking away from the humiliated man. Passerbys are portrayed on the right side of the print, and in front of a building on the left side. The print makes reference to the way Judaism was mocked and and religious Jews were humiliated in the ghetto. Narrative: All 16 of the prints in this series depict life of Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust. Printmaker, book illustrator and painter, Stefan Mrozewski was born in Czéstochowa, Poland. Mrozewski's prints are in permament collections of several public art collections in Europe and North America. The artist was married to Irena Blizinska. An ardent patriot, he was a volunteer in the Polish Army in the war against the Soviet Union in 1920, as well as during the Second World War when he served in Armia Krajowa, the clandestine Polish Home Army.