Letter from prisoner named Karminski Karr from Dachau Concentration Camp, prisoner number 2938 block 2/4, written to his wife who was staying in Vienna on February 1, 1942. German. Comes with the original envelope it was sent from the camp with the camp's ink stamp and Reich postage stamp, dated February 3, 1942. German.
In his letter, Karminski expresses his longing for his wife and hopes to meet her after 4 years apart. He also asks about the well-being of his daughter, and looks forward to hearing good news. He adds that despite the extreme cold "We are getting by".
On the top left corner of the letter are instructions to prisoners regarding letters: Each prisoner is allowed to send two letters per month, letters must be written clearly and legibly, sending money is permitted, requests for release from detention are pointless and will not be answered, and visits to prisoners in concentration camps are generally forbidden.
 handwritten pages with Dachau camp ink stamp, and the original envelope which was sent from the camp with the camp's ink stamp and German Reich postage stamp.