Order of release to a Polish woman that was prisoner in Polenlager 32-Oderberg dated 1943. Apart from the well known Nazi concentration camps, there were also Polenlager or Camps for Poles where only poles were imprisoned during Nazi occupation, for many reasons: partisan actions, collaboration with enemies of Germany, communism or try to germanization etc. In this case, this woman was freed and was lucky enough, but others couldn't say the same. It's in good condition. This woman was left in Minsk, where the local economical office was to be noticed about this particular liberation so that it could issue the ration card for food for her. Ink stamp and signature of SS Untersturmführer are present.