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    Thank you F-B, for your identification of the recipient's location. Enns and/or Ennsdorf also had satellite camp(s), albeit very briefly - ten days in April 1945 which were spent establishing fortifications in an attempt to hold back the oncoming allied forces. The Außenlager, or Außenkommando as in fact, it may have been, came under the administration of the main camp, KZ-Mauthausen.
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    Here is the text as interpreted by another, and interpreted correctly. I am too lazy, but it is Sunday, after all.

    ".....SS Schütze Adolf Weinmüller, SS Kommando 14. Kompanie, Salza / harz.

    Die besten Grüße aus dem schönen Soldatenleben sendet Ihnen und Ihrer Frau Adolf Weinmüller

    Mir geht es so ziemlich gut und bin gesund, was ich auch von Ihnen hoffe.

    Address: Herrn Gustaf Walden, Gutsverwalter in Enns, Schloß Ennsegg, Ober Donau, Ostmark...."
    damit, basta.

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    SS soldier Adolf Weinmueller, SS Kdo. 14 Kompanie, Salza/ Harz

    Adolf Weinmueller sends you and your wife best regards from the beautiful world of the soldier.

    I am fine and healthy, which I hope for you as well.

    Gustaf Walden, estate keeper in Enns, Ennsegg Palace, Upper Austria (it was called Ober Donau in the III. Reich) Ostmark, that is, Austria in the III. Reich.





    Andreas is a better translator than am I.

    I am too literal.
    damit, basta.

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    Good work by both. The card itself is also a fine example of how the Nazis could well be considered masters of ceremony.
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ID:	813019and God only knows what monstrosities these people all saw.

    Life around Mauthausen was hardly insulated from the brutalities of the place.
    damit, basta.

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