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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 3:45 pm    Post subject: Be very grateful for translation into Italian Reply with quote

I know its a lot to ask but I'd be very grateful if someone could translate the following letters into Italian for me.




Dear Sir or Madam

My name is -----------------. My grandfather, Mario Zucchini, was taken prisoner of war in ___?___ in a farm on the Isle of Wight in England during World War II.
During this time, while they were both working on the farms, Mario with my grandmother( ----------------) had a baby son (my father) (She lived in Carisbrooke so I'm sure he probably worked at one of the farms in or near Carisbrooke.)
He left England in ___?___ to go back to Italy. My grandmother did receive some letters from him after he returned to Italy and it is thought they were written from the town of Pontinia.

My father, who is quite old now, has expressed a wish to find more information about his father. For this reason I have started searching hoping to find someone who might be related to Mario Zucchini or may know something about him after he returned to Italy.

If you think you can help in any way I would be very grateful for any information about Mario (or his family/relations) so I can fulfill my father wishes before he dies.

I sincerely pray that you will answer my letter even if you have no information to give me.

Thanking you in anticipation


(I have enclosed a photograph of Mario and one of my father and his family.
Also enclosed is a self addressed envelope and an International Reply coupon which can be used to cover the return postage)

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2nd letter to be sent to the Italian Ministry of Defense


Dear Sir
I would be grateful for information regarding my grandfather, Mario Zucchini, who was held prisoner of war in UK during WW2 he came from the town of Pontinia
Thanking you in anticipation

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Emmy

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:09 am    Post subject: Re: Be very grateful for translation into Italian Reply with quote

Gentile Signore o Signora

Mi chiamo -----------------. Mio nonno Mario Zucchini era prigioniero di guerra nel ___?___ in una fattoria nell'Isola di Wight in Inghilterra durante la seconda guerra mondiale
In quel periodo Mario ebbe un figlio (mio padre) da mia nonna (----------) che lavorava nella stessa fattoria (lei viveva in Carisbrooke per cui probabilmente lui lavorava in una fattoria nelle vicinanze di Carisbrooke).
Mario ha lasciato l'Inghilterra nel ___?___ per tornare in Italia. Mia nonna ha ricevuto alcune lettere scritte da lui dopo il suo ritorno in Italia e riteniamo che siano state scritte da Pontinia.

Mio padre, che รจ molto vecchio adesso, ha espresso il desiderio di avere maggiori informazioni su suo padre. Per questo motivo ho cominciato a fare delle ricerche nella speranza di trovare qualcuno che sia imparentato con Mario Zucchini o che possa averlo incontrato dopo il suo ritorno in Italia.

Se Lei pensa di potermi aiutare in qualche modo, Le sarei grata per qualsiasi informazione potessi darmi su Mario (o sulla sua famiglia) in modo da poter esaudire i desideri di mio padre prima che muoia.

La prego sinceramente di rispondermi anche se non ha nessuna notizia da darmi.

Grazie in anticipo


(Ho allegato una foto di Mario e una di mio padre e della sua famiglia. Ho anche allegato una busta preaffrancata con il mio indirizzo)

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2nd letter to be sent to the Italian Ministry of Defense


Gentili Signori,
Sarei grata se poteste inviarmi informazioni su mio nonno Mario Zucchini, proveniente da Pontinia, e che fu prigioniero di guerra nel Regno Unito durante la seconda guerra mondiale.
Ringrazio anticipatamente

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 2:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Be very grateful for translation into Italian Reply with quote

Many many thanks Livio
its very much appreciated.
Just dont know what we would do without you here.
God Bless
Emmy xx

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