Concentration Camps Correspondence
Jaroslav sends greetings to his father although he hasn't heard from him for a month. He tells Liduselko(sp?) that he has begged him to write
because he is so keen to receive letters. He wants to know how they spent Christmas. He asks them to thank his brother-in-law from whom he
received 21 RM. He signs off with greetings as Jarka
- Envelopes show that some letters were addressed to his father Julius Faltus in Koniggraz (Bohemia and Moravia)
- According to the dealer who sold these letters, the prisoner survived the camp and died around 1950.