A Short History of Junkers Camp, Bettenhausen, KasselDonald F. McGonigal, UNRRA, 1947 (monograph)

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On March 31, 1947, the following cable was sent to Captain Marye at Richmond, Virginia:

".......WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR PREPAID CABLING OPINION ACCOMPLISHMENTS ANNI SHEPE JOHN HETRICK INDICATING COMPARATIVE VALUE THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS ALSO OPINION MMLA TEAM .........."

On April 7th, Captain Marye replied as follows:

"ANNI SHEPE SPLENDID LEADER ORGANIZER OBTAINED MAXIMUM SUPPLIES FROM GERMAN SOURCES UNTIL AIDED BY OUR DETACHMENT WAS UNFORTUNATELY BIASED AS TO NATIONALITIES AND HETRICK RAN CAMP UNOFFICIALLY UNTIL MMLA WELL ESTABLISHED HETRICK BEST JOB AS LIKED BY ALL............."

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