|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Physical description||1 Image/s captured|
|Place made||Germany: Duisburg|
Second World War, 1939-1945
|Copying Provisions||Copy provided for personal non-commercial use|
|Source credit to||This item has been digitised with funding provided by Commonwealth Government.|
Letter from Unknown German Civilian, 1939
Letter relating to the pre-Second World War experience of an unknown German civilian, 25 June 1939.
In this letter an unknown German civilian writes to his Australian friend, Robert [surname unknown]. The author writes about Germany needing more space for its population, his view on the annexation of Rhineland, Austria and Sudetenland, and the treatment of Jews. He also makes note of seeing films in the cinema and his plans for the summer holidays.