June 20th, 1945

Journal,

 

Joseph and I arrived in Hamburg yesterday. We have gone our separate ways, each of us looking for a job and some money.  It seems the only place I will find employment is in one of the many refugee camps throughout Germany.  I spoke with a British officer this afternoon who was impressed that I could speak and understand German, Polish and English.  He has hired me to work for the British as an ambulance driver and interpreter. I will always be riding with a doctor and we will travel around northern and central Germany.  No one questions my background.  They all believe I am simply a Polish refugee of the war. 

 

Henry 

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