Letters, Jun. 9, 1941

Wodehouse in Prison

Sirs:

Is there any possible way I could send a letter to Mr. P. G. Wodehouse?

Before his capture, I enjoyed a very pleasant correspondence with Mr. Wodehouse. In his last letter, written to me, which was mailed shortly before the Germans seized him, Mr. Wodehouse informed me that he was sure the Germans would not penetrate Le Touquet. . . .

E. W. FLACCUS

Tucson, Ariz.

> Author Wodehouse is in prison at Tost, Upper Silesia, and mail should reach him if addressed to: Gefangenennummer: 796 Lager-Bezeichnung: Offag VIII D...

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