M»iB©n,(Saxony), 14th November 1947.
Dear lister Peterson!
You will be surely very astonished to get a letter from a man not quite unknown to you.
Syx months I have worked on your farm and now I have been dismissed as prisoner of war for home-return. And now I will not losi* wich time in writing you and your family some lines for I am much indebted to you for all the goodness you have done for us in serious time.
I n^self had also the opportunity to be invited in your home, a particular joy to n^ heart. It was a great help to forget the hard destiny of prisonship. Here in my own country it is by far not so wonderful and nice for many towns have been destroyed by war. Yet we will hope that this has found an end and peace comes over the world. """"
I should be very much delighted to receive from you, dear Mister Peterson, some lines at your earliest convenience.
With the best and grateful greetings
always Yours sincerely,