Berlin: 1944. unbound. 1 page, 11.5 x 8.25 inches, Berlin, December 22, 1944. This letter covers several topics including Bor, a copper plant that fell into German hands because of Neuhausen's efforts. Translated in part: "Surely, you have been waiting for me there on the 13th. That I did not come, was due to the development of the events that highly surprised me, and to my business activities. I had announced myself outside for the day before yesterday, in order to discuss some things about Bor with you and to report to you the outcome of the meeting of the board of directors. Alas, our generator wagon died and, since we are not receiving so much as a drop of gas anymore, I had to cancel the trip..." Accompanied by the full English translation, along with a photocopy of a 1943 Typed Letter Signed from Goring to Neuhausen, with an English translation. Written by Ministerial direktor Dr. Gramsch. Natural folds; gently creased and worn. Very good(-) condition.