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In this letter, dated August 8, 1945, from Herbert O. Weber of Drugless Health Service in San Francisco, Weber describes interned German national Richard Auras as trustworthy, reliable, studious, painstaking in his work and of good character.
Auras was arrested on December 8, 1941 by the US government under the Alien Enemy Act of 1798 and interned at Fort Lincoln, south of Bismarck, ND.
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Date of Work
Internment, Ellis Island, German, Germany, Fort Lincoln, Richard Auras, World War II, WWII
Drugless Health Service
Richard Auras, Herbert O. Weber
Weber, Herbert O., "Letter from Herbert O. Weber "To Whom It May Concern" Regarding Richard Auras's Character, August 8, 1945" (1945). William Langer Papers. 101.