Detail View: World War I and World War II: Personal Narratives: Paul Pommer correspondence, 1918-01-28, World War I

Identifier: 
exwsPmr4_pg10_itm2_pc05
Title: 
Paul Pommer correspondence, 1918-01-28, World War I
Creator: 
Pommer, Martin
Description: 
Letter from Martin Pommer to his brother musketeer Paul Pommer, Feld Rekr. Depot 802. Postmarked January 29, 1918, Frankfurt am Main. Martin describes a local festival that included poetry readings, toboggan rides, and singing. He writes of people at home. Adolf is having trouble with his store yet still perseveres with his humor. Fraulein Schutz is sick. He had heard many speeches from the youth league of Germany. He closes with how he is the last one awake and is ready to go to bed.
Description: 
Feldpostbrief; Frankfurt; postmark: 29.1.18; 5.5x3.5" (14x9 cm)
Date: 
1918-01-28
Location: 
Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
Time Period: 
Nineteen tens
Subject: 
Pommer, Paul--Correspondence
Subject: 
World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, German
Subject: 
Personal correspondence
Subject-AAT: 
Correspondence artifacts
Publisher: 
Western Michigan University
Source: 
Paul Pommer, World War I German soldier's scrapbook. World War I German Soldiers Album Collection. Western Michigan University Special Collections: http://luna.library.wmich.edu/luna/servlet/s/i92l44
Provenance: 
Purchased by WMU Special Collections in February 2015 from F.A. Bernett Books of Boston, who obtained them from the family of Paul Pommer, Germany.
Language: 
ger
Collection: 
World War I and World War II: Personal Narratives
Rights: 
No Known Copyright. The digital version is available for educational use under 'Fair Use' guidelines. For additional permission and further information contact the WMU Libraries: lib-dc@wmich.edu
File Format: 
image/jp2
Digitization Date: 
2019