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Postcard from Tsillie to Pauline November 3, 1914

Postcard to Poline from Tsillie November 3, 1914 A

Postcard to Pauline from Tsillie
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Andrusier Shoe store in Kishinev, Alexanderovskaya 100
From Kishinev Miss Pauline at Mr. Bacansky 15th Street 3315 Chicago

November 3, 1914

Nobody from the soldiers is going to leave before the 8th of the month. Yarochevsky’s son, Schwartzman, Bogach, Grobdruk, Kogan, Moldavsky and others. Everybody is screaming and crying at the train station. But they told us what happened in the synagogue when Misha in his uniform approached Amvom[?] and sang a prayer and it looked like even the walls were crying. Even the newspapers described it the next day. It is a very horrible thing. Everything personal seems to be very vague in comparison with this world disaster. Many people are wounded already. Lev, Nikolai, Bekiumen the redhead, Vasily, Yasha, and many others. Some of them are in Kiev, some in Kharkov, some of them are here. But they would be really happy to be wounded even more than they are because once they are healed, they send them back to the field. I received a letter from Orzhahovsky. My God, how he is there… [Tsillie]

 

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