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that I keep on reading it in bed. - The perfidy of Hitler and the men around him is clearly recorded and referred to existing documents,
and now it seems the [[strikethrough]] tern [[/strikethrough]] term of Stalin and other Russians, as bad as Hitler to try now to annihilate Hitler, his group and his soldiers.
Dr. Butler in an article in the New York Times tersely describes Hitler and Stalin: Hopes Both may perish. - So do I hope.
The weather has been unpleasant by cold during the last few days. Two days ago it was very warm and on one day [[strikethrough]] at [[/strikethrough]] the thermometer marked 
89°F. in the shade in New York and Yonkers.
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[[underlined]] July 7. [[/underlined]] Suffered considerably by pain in my back muscles. Tried massage or rubbing with special solutions.
Wrote a letter to Paul Schmidt our caretaker at the Anchorage, so that he may try to find my French Military Watch which I believe I left behind me in Florida.
[[underlined]] July 8. [[/underlined]] Another beautiful day and additional reports about the Russian and Hitler armies. Both of them try to "out-lie" each other.
The men of the German Bakelite Gesellschaft, write me to let them associate closer with ^[[our]] American Bakelite
[[underlined]] July 12 [[/underlined]] Celine, Dick and myself drove to the home of the von Hesserts, situated admirably in a beautiful landscape, surrounded by beautiful forests
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