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    A favour from our German speakers?

    Sun Jan 08, 2006 9:32 am Groupie
    Appols for the totally un-food-related question. Can anyone make this out enough to translate what is written on the back of this photo? I would really appreciate it if anyone can read it:

    Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:35 am Groupie
    I will try my best. That is an old handwriting and some of the letters are not "that" familiar to me. I will ask my DW Inge, she can read these old handwriting much btter than I do. Is it possible to tell us a little what on the pic. This might gives us a hint what could be written on the back.

    The last word in the first row could be "‹berblick" (overview). Does that make any sense in relation to the photo?
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:58 pm Groupie
    This is the picture, though I'm not sure it helps. It is my grandfather Max in the German armed forces.

    Inge 1505
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:02 pm Groupie
    This Is A no longer taught form of hand writing.
    I write what I could read, put in brackets ( ) what I could rather guess and make dots... where I can't either.

    "Dieses ist ein kl. ‹berblick
    von mein(em) M(ax). Leider habe
    ich nicht viel (an) Bildern von

    "This is a little overview of my Max. Unfortunately I have not a lot of pictures of him."

    The word Max is a male first name. There is no other german three-letter word that I could imagine, but it could be an abbreviation like the word "kl." which is short for "klein" (small/little). I would have guessed the last word to read actually "Ihnen" (them) not "Ihm" (him), but that would not make too much sense.

    What makes me slightly unsure is that today you would not say that a picture is an "overview" (‹berblick) of a person.

    Hope this helps. icon_smile.gif
    Inge 1505
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:04 pm Groupie
    I wrote the above before I saw the pic.
    I am soooo good. It actually was MAX!!!! icon_cool.gif icon_biggrin.gif
    Mon Jan 09, 2006 3:11 pm Groupie
    Thank you so much Inge! It is really appreciated icon_smile.gif
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