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Anonymous

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Creation Date

1918

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German non-commissioned officers and translators censor incoming and outgoing Allied mail in Friedrichsfeld. This work took a considerable amount of man hours, not only to read letters, but also to administer. While prisoners could receive an unlimited amount of mail, they were restricted to a certain number of letters and post cards that they could send each month.

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Germany, Friedrichsfeld, Post, Censorship, Letters, German Guards, German Officers

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