Second page of a letter from Herr Becker? to Sabersky congratulating him on the Iron Cross II Class and the birth of his son
Date: November 14, 1914
Document in German
I heard with great joy about the honorific decoration that you received for courage in front of the enemy. I especially lamented your absence from Berlin when the birth of your heir was announced in the office. In case my loyal congratulations did not reach you, I would not like to miss this opportunity to repeat them.
I am temporarily pulled back from military service, but I can expect by draft call any day now.
Your private books, that I already transferred to Herr Kommerzienrat, I requested back immediately and continued to manage them. The daily correspondence is promptly taken care of in the usual way.
The invitations to the "thirtieth" have taken place regularly until now, except in the month of August, on the wish of the individual men.
Since you did not mention anything in your correspondence, I take it that you do not know that Fräulein Kunisch, after she read war mourning[?] on the 5th August, is still active with us and takes care of her writing things in the usual way.
From the service of German officer Fritz Sabersky who served as leader of the Sanitary Company 3 (Sanitätskompagnie 3 Garde-Reserve-Korps) from 1915 to 1916 and after March 1917 as an instructor at the Royal Prussian Army Gas School in Berlin (Königlich Preußische Heeres-Gasschule).
|Date||November 14, 1914|
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|Year Range to||1914|
World War I
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