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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 2/3/2013 7:58 PM
Family Surname: Chait
Country: Belarus
Date of Image: 1946
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Second page of a letter from a holocaust survivor to his siblings, one of them is my great grandfather.

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2/4/2013 11:05 AM "... had to endure a lot, enemies of the Jews spilled much Jewish blood. The Jewish people never had such blood-thirsty enemies with such blood-thirsty instincts as the German Hitlerites. Eternal hate of the German people, of the nazis and the fascists must be planted in the hearts of the Jewish people. My dears, it is very difficult for me to express exactly what I feel and what I have to endure. I don't know, maybe I am not doing right in writing to you about this but I cannot keep myself from writing to you. My dears, write to me how you live, what you are doing, and where your children are. I am sure Faye(?) that you will write to me about everything and as soon as I get your answer I'll write back with more details about myself. Please send me the address in America, I lost the address and without it I cannot write. Remain healthy and happy, your brother Mit(?)
Write to me to this address (follows address in Russian)
Write to me your exact address.
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