Concentration Camps Correspondence
Thadaus writes his parents that he hasn't heard from them and that the letters are the
most important to him and the best thing in his life. He mentions that Spring is a
happier time and that it's better than the freezing cold of winter. He asks about their
life and if there are any changes.
In his database, Lordahl lists a letter from the inmate (16 February 1941) and a much later letter (8 October 1944). It seems that this inmate spent most of the war in Dachau. Since there are no envelopes, the recipient is unknown.