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Letter 4 June (hopefully) 9, 1915  #868255
by renbyska (SK), 2017-04-06, 17:59  like dislike  Spam?  
„Dear Bohouš!
Your card from May 28 came today. It is strange though that you received no money until now. (Your?) Uncle had sent you 20 K (crowns) on January 16 via discount bank, then 30 crowns  on April 30 via Switzerland, 40 crowns telegraphically via Plzen bank, and 50 crowns via Plzen bank on June 7, but everything to the old address in Zaječar, hopefully you can claim it. In addition to that, your parents had sent you 50 crowns I think by means of the Red Cross. We replied to your telegram telegraphically instead of parents. Take care of yourself and be patient, you´ll come back again after all. At your home they´re all well, just your mom worries about you very much. It won´t take long and uncle will have to join the army as well. We wish you good health. And write back whether you received the money, claim it, there must be somebody who will  advise you about how to arrange it. It is not possible to transfer money telegraphically now.
We send you our cordial regards
Uncle and aunt and Věrka“ (??? I really can´t make it out)
„Berka
June 9, 1915" (it looks like 9 in: 9.6.1915)
Note on the left margin: „Let us know whether the other prisoners get the money.“
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