ï»¿ Arnstadt, March 8, 1948Dear Mr. Peterson, Since we wrote to you already but not received an answer, we assume our letter got lost. Dear Mr. Peterson, we had included a picture, on which I had marked myself. Perhaps you do not remember me. In 1946 I worked for you. I do not want to sound inopportune. If I write to you today, it is the urgent need that forces me to do so. Perhaps you can imagine what it means to have children in such a desperate time. For four years I was a P.O.W. When I came home, my house had been destroyed by bombs. There are no words to describe such an urgent need.