Concentration Camps Correspondence
The handwriting is once again his own.
He writes the winter, the worst time of the year is over and that his ears and nose
will no longer be frozen. He says Spring will be joyous,that he is healthy and looks
forward to having his daily meal with them.
In his database, Lordahl lists a letter from the inmate (16 February 1941) and a much later letter (8 October 1944). It seems that this inmate spent most of the war in Dachau. Since there are no envelopes, the recipient is unknown.