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Submitted by Chase Austin Kramer

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 1/19/2022 12:17 PM
Family Surname: Rubinlicht
Country: Poland
Town: Sulejow
Date of Image: November 1943
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This was a letter sent by Avram Rubinlicht in Sulejow, Poland, to his brother Berek who was in Switzerland st the time. It would be the last correspondence Avram would make before he was killed in the Holocaust. I was wondering if anyone with good vision and able to translate, could type out what the letter says in English. I am not expecting perfection since it can be hard to read out some of the words, but I am hoping that they can figure at least a good portion of what the letter says.

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5/14/2021 3:00 AM [the addressee was at the Bienenberg detention camp]
[as such letters tend to be, not a lot of specific information, much of it is mention of post correspondence among the various mentioned family members. here are some specifics]
thanks for the letter
got card from Boruch (1)8 Oct 1942, who wrote that he feels good and got your letter
mention of Stella[??] and a parcel
mention of Hana
here by us everything is as before, we all are well, very glad to hear from you, write us often
12/27/2021 2:46 PM perhaps put this in the Polish section for translation.

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