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Don’t you want to come once with your boys to spend the spring or summer
vacation with us? I would so much like to get to know the younger boy, you know.
We have enough room and it would be such a great joy for me.
Pauli is in excellent health; he didn’t get a cough all winter and his nerves are
much better as well. Country living works wonders. And since my illness I haven’t
come down with anything either.
When you have some time, or if Elsa does, do write me at length about the voy-
age. I would be a very appreciative audience.
Greetings to all, an affectionate birthday kiss to you, from your
Maja.
443. From Zionistische Vereinigung für Deutschland
(Betty Frankenstein[1]
)
Berlin, 14 March 1923
Esteemed Professor,
We received news from Munich that at meetings of the National Socialist Party
it has been repeatedly alleged that you, esteemed Professor, denied your German
origins during your stay in
Paris[2]
in order to win over sympathetic listeners in
France.
We would consider it very good if you, esteemed Professor, would deny this ten-
dentious report and would be obliged if you would send us your denial for dissem-
ination.
In great respect,
Zionistische Vereinigung für Deutschland, Secretariat
Frank
444. From Vossische Zeitung
[Berlin,] 15 March 1923
[Not selected for translation.]
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