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Letter is addressed to "Dear Brothers"

Includes sender's name and address as well as the stamp of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht and the words Geöffnet (opened):

Absender: Jan Święch, in Somocice
post Boleslau bei Tarnow
Distrikt Krakau
General Gouvernement

Includes the name and address for the receiver as well as information from the post office:
Am Herrn
Albert Święch
in Chicopee Falls Mass
151 East street
U.S. of America

Am Schalter eingeliefert
Behördl. Ausweis lag vor
Postamt Dabrowa…

Stamps of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht with the words Geöffnet (opened)

Includes the sender's name and information as well as A German stamps of the Obercommando der Wehrmacht with the writing Geöffnet (opened).

Absender: Święch Jan, in Samocice
p. Bolelsau bei Tarnow
General Gouvernement

Includes the name and address for the receiver as well as information from the post office:
Am Herrn
Albert Święch
in Chicopee Falls Mass
151 East street
U.S. of America

Am Schalter eingeliefert
Behördl. Ausweis lag vor
Postamt Dabrowa …

The translation of Stanislawa Poplawski's affidavit done by Joseph Furtek

A letter in which Mr. Futek asks Dr. Kisiel for the medical records of Stanislawa Poplawski to be used with her application for reparations as a war crimes victim.

A copy of the summary of Stanislawa Poplawski's affidavit with handwritten notes.

A short, one page summary of Stanislawa Poplawski's experiences in Germany.
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