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Hi all,

Here is one I hope interesting German soldier letter that was posted from Estonia in August 1941, straight after German troops pushed back Red Army from Estonia. Red Army and local communists militia troops carried out many horrific attacks against civilians that time. Therefore locals were pretty positive seeing Germans.

 

I am just wondering does this letter mention something about local atmosphere from Estonians prospective as well or maybe some German speaker can help me to do a quick translation of it.

 

Interesting to see that the writer also added good wishes line in Estonian language to the end.

Any help and info would be great.


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My German is nowhere near strong enough to translate it but I would say that you might need to provide much clearer (and larger) images to help someone work out what it says.

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