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VM25773

Submitted by Irene Mary Klar (nee Lampert)

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Category: Translation - Polish
Family Surname: Bursztyn-Eisenman, Lampert
Country: England
Town: London
Date of Image: 1947
 This is the first half of a letter from my father to my mother shortly after they met. Both were in the Polish Army under British command and they met at the end of the war in London. Both were born in Warsaw.Poland.Both were Jewish. She was deported to Siberia and joined the Anders army. He went through Japan to Canada to train for the army. It might be a love letter...I would like to know what was written! They were married in 1948 and immigrated to Canada. Thank you for any help

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