Need Help Translating German Letter

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JuanPedroLuzardo
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Need Help Translating German Letter

Post by JuanPedroLuzardo » 30 Mar 2022 05:46

Hello, any help on the translation of this letter is much appreciated! I tried using google translate, but with no success. Thank you!
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Re: Need Help Translating German Letter

Post by Hans1906 » 31 Mar 2022 13:41

Juan,
Sehr geehrter Herr
Josiah Said Singh,
Ein Krieg ist nie zu würdigen !
Man sollte den Schülern
die Wahrheit darlegen.
Mit herzlichem Gruß
vom Rhein

Hugo ***
(?)
This is all, I was able to read, please translate for yourself... :roll:

Probably a former inscrition on the reverse of a photo, for a typical german "veteran letter" much to short.
The scan/photo speaks for itself, torn out of an older photo album.


Hans
„Im Leben gibt’s die Bösen und die Guten. Und die dazwischen, das sind die Bagaluten.“

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Re: Need Help Translating German Letter

Post by JuanPedroLuzardo » 22 Apr 2022 22:30

Ohh ok, thank you so much for your help!

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Re: Need Help Translating German Letter

Post by Hans1906 » 25 Apr 2022 13:26

JuanPedroLuzardo,

were did you find this, was this a written reply from a former german WW2 veteran ?

A little more information would be be nice, if you are able to share this..? :?

Similar "tears/tearings" are well known from older photo albums, often "keptovers" from former german veterans.
Taken out of the former context, always very difficult to identify, if at all, sorry...


Hans
„Im Leben gibt’s die Bösen und die Guten. Und die dazwischen, das sind die Bagaluten.“

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