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Zdenek and aunt  #868308
by JamesPleski (UN), 2017-04-08, 02:09  like dislike  Spam?  
Thanks. I know he was wounded in December 1914, so probably he was being moved around.   Zdenek has the same surname as Bohus, so this letter would indicate that the aunt who is writing must be related by marriage.  This suggests Konrad the father had a brother in the same town who married this woman, but I don't know his name (or hers).

Sadly those 20 letters must have gotten lost because he never kept them.   I only have this one letter from Zdenek and this aunt.   Possibly the letters weren't getting past censorship.  

PS I'm not familiar with the word hypocorism, though it exists in the dictionary and is translated as "nickname".  It seems to be a word which continues to be used in other languages but not English.
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