Postcard to Poline from Tsillie November 3, 1914 A
Postcard from Tsillie to Pauline November 3, 1914
November 3, 1914
Postcard to Poline from Tsillie June 21, 1914 A
Postcard from Tsillie to Pauline July 21, 1914
July 21, 1914

Letter from Nina to Poline July or August, 1914

Letter to Poline from Tsillie July, 1914 p01

Letter to Poline from Nina
No date [July, 1914 perhaps]
No envelope extant
[Kishinev to the Chicago]

Dear Polinka,

I received your last letter in which you are describing your experiences during the trip. They are sad. However, they are describable. However, our sadness is not describable at all. Austria and Germany declared a war to Russia, France, and England. In our city, the starvation has started. In other words, you must be happy that you left and that you are not going to see those sufferings which are very difficult to imagine. If we are not going to write to you, it is because we don’t have money for postage. Don’t worry, but I am going to join the French army as a nurse or something. Immediately send the address for Roza to me. I kiss you and Aron. Love you. Your sister Nina. Also, greetings from Patlazhanov.

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