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|Catalog No.||8313||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Both sides of a postcard sent by Alfred Milek from the Birkenau camp to his son Eduard in Prague.||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||07593צ||Similar Items|
|Donor||Novitch Miriam||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
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Both sides of a postcard sent by Alfred Milek (b. April 9, 1899 - d. ?) from the Birkenau camp to his son Eduard in Prague (Praha). Birkenau is described on the card as a labor camp.
Dated December 15, 1943. The text (from a Hebrew translation of the original German):
My beloved son and daughter!
I received your [pl.] postcards and parcels with thanks. The baked goods were very delicious. Also the honey was good, even for not being real honey. I am healthy and again working in the hospital. Send my regards to Uncle Georg, to Gottlieb, and to Aunt Marta.
[With] kisses from father. Close