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Fred
Thanks a lot Cindy! I just don't like it when people misuse great websites such as this one.:-)
19 June 2005 - Los Angeles

Fred
Please understand that this webpage is for people who are interested in Germany, Germans, and German American culture!

Lets try to show some respect here.
19 June 2005 - Los Angeles

Webmaster comments   Dear Fred,
Thank you for your dedication to cazoo. I appreciate that you are using it and trying to keep it pure. Guestbook spamming seems to be fun for some, who knows why, but I will continue to try to remove the bogus guests as they appear.

Kindest Regards,
Cindy

Sigrid Faber |
Hello Cindy,
at least twice a week I visit your great site.
Looks like I found already two new "pen friends" (can one call it that with email?

Found the call for help by Diane Chamberlain and would like to help. My server would not accept her address.
Please post my response, she might find it.
You're doing a wonderful job!
Many thanks, Sigrid

To Diane Chamberlain
Hello Diane,
I found your message and would like to offer my help.
Having learned the "Old German Style". Should be able to read.
Tried to email you, but my server would not accept your address.
Post a response to this message and we might be able to get in touch.

Good Luck und "Alles Gute"

Sigrid Faber
10 June 2005 - Australia

Webmaster comments   Dear Sigrid,
Thanks so much for the note. It's great to hear that folks are finding a use for the site. I will add your comments to Diane too.

My best,
Cindy

Diane Chamberlain |
Hello everyone,

I just stumbled onto your site and would like to pose an unusual request. I have over 70 letters written in the old deutscher Schreibschriff (Suetterlinschrift) from my grandfather to my grandmother. Does anyone know someone (likely older than 75 yrs old) who would be able, willing and interested in reading them aloud into a tape recorder for me so I could have them transcribed and translated into English? My grandfather was a soldier in WWII and these are personal letters to his wife and children. The letters have been kept hidden away for the past 58 years and came into my possession when my Oma passed away. I think they would be a valuable piece of family history that my relatives would treasure. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to email me directly. Alles gute!
7 June 2005 - Burlington, VT

Webmaster comments   Hello Diane,
I found your message and would like to offer my help.
Having learned the "Old German Style". Should be able to read.
Tried to email you, but my server would not accept your address.
Post a response to this message and we might be able to get in touch.

Good Luck und "Alles Gute"

Sigrid Faber
sigrid@net2000.com.au

Sigrid | |
To Uwe in Regensburg:
Saw your appreciative message. You may know by now, that you found this site either "by accident" or "by chance". Both translate into "zufällig".
If you like, you can have contact with a German person in Australia.

hello erveryone.this site is very nice.i see it "zufällig"(the word in english?)i like to have contact to german peoples in usa.
i wish yuo all the best,
Uwe
4 June 2005 - Town Regensburg,bavaria,Germany
6 June 2005 - Australia


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