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Submitted by Jonas Knopman

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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 11/13/2019 2:56 PM
Family Surname: Knopman
Country: Poland
Town: Lodz
Date of Image: 1939
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This is a farewell note that children, friends of my father, wrote to him in Poland before he and his family came to Brazil in 1939, just months before the war. I'd like to know what they wrote to him. It's so sad to think that, probably, all of them died in the war. Thank you, very much.
Jonas Knopman

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11/13/2019 9:16 PM A memento!
[Four lines of a slightly poetic impersonal text to the effect of "you are a jolly good fellow"]
[Not from his class mates or neighbourhood mates. The bottom is clearly signed...]
Your girl-cousin Masia
Bełchatów, February 17, 1939
11/5/2020 7:01 PM Morality and body, may the walk with you.
Work and learning may they be adornment.
Let company be a beautiful quality.
And may you form to be the ideal young man.
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