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Hello I have a letter in German from 1941, you can translate

Article about: Hello I have a letter in German Ancient writing From 1941 I would be happy if you translate it to English Please! Please! It is very important Translate the letter Please Attachments thanks!

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    Hello
    I have a letter in German
    Ancient writing
    From 1941
    I would be happy if you translate it to English
    Please!
    Please!
    It is very important
    Translate the letter
    Please
    Attachments

    thanks!
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    Hey, wish I could help you but I suddenly have a ton of stuff I can't read.
    I can fumble thru some typed things enough to get at least an idea but the script ... no can do.

    Good luck,
    Rudy

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    I wish I could help, but you'll need a native speaker who was taught how to read that script. I'm excited to learn what it says as well!

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    Hello could you please scan it in a higher dpi and post it as png looseless. Its written in good old german slueter letters so it's hard to read it for me but I'll ask my grandpa who probably won't have any problems to read it.

    Biba

    Norbert

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    hey some one
    can please?

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    Get a larger / clearer copy and I'll translate for you - having an 80 year old German mum does have its benefits I spose!!! She also taught me to write in the old script when I was a youngster.

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    Get a larger / clearer copy and I'll translate for you - having an 80 year old German mum does have its benefits I spose!!! She also taught me to write in the old script when I was a youngster.
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    German:
    Miesbach, den 12.08.41
    Lieber Hans!

    Habe vor einigen Tagen den traurigen Fall gelesen dass der Vater gestorben ist. Ich spreche mein Beileid aus.
    Er ist so schnell gestorben, aber lebend hast Ihn doch noch gesehen.
    Auch kommt jetzt der Urlaub nicht so hart an in Miesbach.
    Es sind der Hofer Hans und der Wagner Hans auf 4 Wochen in Urlaub gefahren. Zur Zeit besuche ich den Kochkurs, ich bin schon 8 Tage dabei,
    er dauert 14 Tage. Nach dem Kurs werde ich auch um Urlaub anhalten, wenn wir noch hier sind.
    Denn Morgen ist die Truppenuntersuchung für die 5.Kompanie. Es sind Ihrer bloß mehr 21 Mann.
    Jetzt kommen auch die Ausbilder zum Exerzieren drann. Bis ..... Mai sollen wieder Rekruten in Miesbach kommen.
    In unserer Gegend können sie doch keine mehr einberufen, denn sonst sind keine mehr bei den Bauern.
    Es heist dass die älteren daran kommen sollen.
    Hoffentlich bekommst noch einen verlängerten Urlaub.
    Viele Grüße von
    Eduard auf Wiedersehn



    English:
    Miesbach, 12.08.41
    Dear Hans!

    A few days ago I read about the sad news that your father has died. I'm very sorry for your loss.
    He died very fast but you were able to see him alive after all.
    [the next sentence is a very old and unusual expression, there's no simple translation. Maybe something like: I hope your vacation won't be too hard.]
    Hans Hofer und Hans Wagner went on vacation for 4 weeks. At the moment I'm attending cooking classes, I'm already at it for 8 days,
    the classes last 14 days. After the course I will apply for vacation too, if we're still here then.
    Because tomorrow there is going to be a troop examination for the 5th company. There are merely 21 people left.
    Now the instructors get to exercise too. New recruits should arrive in Miesbach until .... of May.
    They can't enlist any in our area because otherwise there won't be enough for the farmers.
    It is said that the older ones will be enlisted.
    Hopefully you'll get an extended vacation.

    Best regards
    Eduard
    See you!

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