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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 4/7/2013 3:25 PM
Family Surname: Ziering
Country: Poland
Town: Krakow
Date of Image: 1940
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This is a letter written by my cousin to the Krakow Ghetto authorities. I would greatly appreciate a translation of this document! Thank you so much!

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4/8/2013 4:53 AM This is a summary of the letter of Leiser Karp to the "resettlement office" in Krakau, March 1, 1941.
It bears the stamp: "Filed without any further action".

I did not have to follow the order for "resettlement" because of my sickness, which was documented by the official physician. I am without any means, me and my wife are being helped by our protégé Emil Rosenstrauch. The latter got now an order to leave Krakau. He is employed at ... , approved by the employment office and is insured with the social security.
Please consider everything written above and approve a further stay of Emil Rosenstrauch in Krakau.
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