So I ended up buying a postcard from an antique shop that belonged to a German soldier who was in construction. He was writing to his parents. But I don't speak German. And the way the postcard is written is a little sideways? Most of it looks straight but I can't really read it. Anyway I'd appreciate it if anyone would be willing to help me translate it. But I really want to know who this soldier was and what it says. Edit: I can't add the picture it's too large. :/ I'll copy it down though if I can. Familie Micheal Kurtz Gladbach Uber neuwied Schuster 55 Die besbu grufse uu hier scudet euch Peter. Wie gelit esuch worh? Floffev lick work gut? Gch kernnul oet. Weihuaclt nach House. Geh seude Euch Auch with em. Saket vitsehmutrige. Wasske. Libee Mutter 2m. Deinen Nameusfeete wiusebeich. Diruahbreaglich die besten grifse. Geh. Hattle dich beiuahe vergssen. Dermunfs manansiviwber. I'm still going to try and write the rest on here but his handwriting isn't the best. Sorry.