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World War, 1939-1945; Letter writing; United States. Army
Military issued note giving Davis permission to escort Heinrich Runte, Oberburgermeister of Ingolstadt, from Ingolstadt to Essen. From Essen, Davis will then escort Runte and his fiancee, Ursula Schonherr, back to Ingolstadt.
27 July 1945
SUBJECT: Safe Arrival.
TO: Whom it may Concern.
- This letter is permission for the bearer, T/5 Robert D. Davis, 18107121, of this command, to escort Heinrich Runte, Oberburgermeister of Ingolstadt, Germany, to Essen, and to return Runte and his fiancée Ursula Schonherr to Ingolstadt. The trip will be made in a licensed Civilian Motor Pool Vehicle.
- In the best interests of efficient city administration, it was decided that this personal problem of reunion, of such intimate concern to the Oberburgermeister, should be settled in his favor.
Leslie H. Norins
LESLIE H. NORINS
MGO – Commanding
ALLIED MILITARY GOVERNMENT – DETACHMENT 17E3
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