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Diary of David Eichel, 1917
up with Mauschauser. He questioned Sg’t. Yensen and according to the latter he had been ordered by some officer to stand at the doorway and watch that no one interrupted them. It so happened that thru him Sterenstein and Jasmagy were prevented from surprising the officers.
[May 11, 1918] Sgt. Viesh[?] reported to us to day that he could state authoritatively that our mail was not being opened at the Camp P.O. and that the men who had raided our barracks were not headquarter or army men.