Dear Generalmajor Ackermann,
Our teacher told us to address our personal journal to someone, even if they're fictional. I chose you. While you may never read any of these entries, it does help me write out my thoughts and feelings.
I hear you are moving up the ranks, according to my father. He says you're only twenty-four and already a Generalleutnant. I would like to extend my sincerest congratulations to you on your accomplishment, sir.
I do have more pressing matters to discuss, though.
Today, my father left for the Capital, to assist the Fuhrer. I imagine you are, too.
Is he nice? My father says he is.
Well, that's all for now.
A German Girl
I know this seems a bit...fast? As in, the word count is lacking. I promise, I'm just trying to get the story started. This is just the bones of the story. Bear with me :)
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