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[spring 44] Dear, I've been again in the last 3 days on the road and I came back last night and found 6 letters from you (12 to 22 February). I thank you dear, that's the word. The couple of drawings of yours in the mirror are wonderful and I couldn't help showing them around to the boys telling about you as my future wife. I also received your exibit participation and I think it's good Is that a panel with many small paintings or a photomontage of your separate paintings? Is very nice. I didn't feel well in the last couple of days and I'm going to relax for a while. It's probably cold. Your letters are the best thing that happens here and I hate to receive them all in a bunch, they should come every day the way they are written. It's morning now and I have to work something but I want to finish and send you this letter now by courier. I'll write you a better one tonight. I had yesterday an interesting sight of a group of German prisoners I met in the road and spent about half an hour looking at them. Some are just kids, 16, 17 years old and as a group they don't look at all like supermen being mostly very short. One of them was really tall and super-man like but he spoke Slovenian, he wasn't a German
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