Item is a letter that appears to be written by a German POW, Willi Wagener to his wife and daughter. The number of errors in spelling and grammar indicates that this is possibly a fake or potentially something that Clearihue wrote himself. The printed form on which the letter is written appears to be authentic.
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Do not write between the lines! (Print)
27/2.18. My dear Tille and Gretchen!
Today I have the opportunity to write the 18th
letter and can let you know that I am still
alive and well, which I hope of you as well. I still enjoy
being here because now we received a piano and we also have
piano players here. With this the evenings are not quite so long.
Also, on sundays we go to concerts. Life is made as enjoyable
Dear Tille, you think that is would be horrible in captivity,
no, it is better than in the trenches, the food is also good and
I still enjoy the work. Well I will soon receive a letter
from you, a few have been distributed already. Dear Gretchen
how are you, do you still enjoy going to school, you will probably
also write a letter to me. Now I must close as the paper comes to an
end. Therefore I am sending you my dearest greetings and kiss
you a thousand times from your Willi and Gretchen's father.
My best greetings to all acquaintances. Good night.