Feldpost 3 - East, 10,11.41
I send you the best regards from the East, I am very well, and I hope the same is true of you. I am sure you have waited for a sign of life from me for a long time. But you know how it is. “Definitely tomorrow.” In my estimation I have received all post from you. I was very pleased about it, and want to thank you.
Something just occurs to me! You once sent me combs, shaving things and a cigarette case. Parcel Nr 1 was missing from that series. I assume that was the lighter.
I have a wish. There was still a film in my camera. Please take that to be developed and send the pictures to me, along with those in the small pocket album. If you could also include a lighter it would not be sniffed at, either. That would be all.
How are things looking at home? Are there still so many little girls about? Is Hans Krüger still there?
By the way, I have been squadron mechanic for a few weeks now, and drive the *0-wagen, a big American Ford V8.
I want to close now. Warmest regards to you!
Back of Envelope
Sender: Soldier Günter Prange
*not sure about the meaning here, looks like O-, 0-, or I- before "Wagen".