Two telegrams sent by Rabbi Meir Malin from Kovno and to him while he was in the Far East after managing to escape Europe during World War II.
A telegram sent by Rabbi Meir Malin from Shanghai to Vilna on March 13, 1941 containing an encrypted message, and a telegram sent to Rabbi Meir Malin while he was in Yokohama, also containing an encrypted message.
Rabbi Meir Malin was the son of the Gaon Rabbi Isser Yehuda Malin (1877-1941). His father, Rabbi Isser Malin, served as the rabbi of Brisk until he was murdered in the Holocaust along with his entire family except for his two sons Rabbi Meir and Rabbi Nechemya who escaped with the Mir Yeshiva to Shanghai.
Fold marks. Overall good condition.