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Letters from Dotnuva (cont.)




Translated by Sara Mages

  3 September, 1939

My Beloved!

Europe is roaring with great force. We're neutral. It is completely calm here. We hope that things will work out.

Greetings from mother, Miriam and Moshe. All of us are healthy. Don't worry.


  Sunday, 19 Elul 5699 - 3 September, 1939

My beloved children, Freida and Avraham!

Thank God, we are all healthy. Here, thank God, the situation is calm and we hope that it will continue to remain calm. Don't worry. We hope that God will bring us salvation and consolations in the year to come. We received your telegram yesterday, on the Sabbath. Don't worry, you can't help it, and, God forbid, you can only do damage to yourself. We only need to be healthy and hope for the best.

Your father

Friendly greeting to Avraham's parents, I'll bless you all with a year of redemption and salvation.

The aforementioned


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