Dipl.Ing. Wolfgang Fröhlich* JA-Stein, H.Nr. 46484 Steiner Landstraße. 4 A-3504 Krems/Stein AUSTRIA
Monika's Letter Writing Advice: If you can, please try to send a letter or card on a regular basis, say, once a month or so! It’s a real morale boost for prisoners to know that they haven’t been forgotten about. And especially in Alfred’s case, as a political prisoner, it sends a message to the “authorities” that he is not alone in his views.
PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND: — There are strict rules on what a prisoner can receive, i.e., letters, cards, postcards, photos, drawings, and stamps are the only permitted items. — Alfred is receiving sufficient German stamps from supporters in Germany, so no need to send them from abroad. — You can write anonymously, with no name or address, or use an alias. If you do put a return address, please ensure that it is genuine so that his reply can get to you. — Prisoners are only allowed to have 20 cards/postcards and 20 photos at one time in their cell. The rest are put in storage. — Please write the date on each letter, card, etc. Also number them (letter/card 1, 2, 3, etc.) so that Alfred can see whether he is missing any. — Do NOT send images of swastikas, or other pro-NS imagery. — Books, magazines, objects, food, clothing, etc., should NOT be sent as, if even permissible, it involves a long and troublesome procedure to receive such items.