Last Letters of The Manouchian Group February 21, 1944
Source: David Diamant. Combattants, Héros & Martyrs de la Resistance, editions Renouveau, Paris. 1984;
Translated: for marxists.org by Mitch Abidor.
35- year old Polish Jew Szlama Grzywacz had participated in the bombing of the Paris-based German newspaper Pariser Zeitung.
At three o'clock today I go before the firing squad. I've kept my calm up to the last minute, as befits a Jewish worker.
I die, but you'll never forget me.
If any of my family members are alive, tell them about me.
I die, but you live. I send you my best wishes. I bid farewell to you and to all my friends.
Courage, courage, and more courage.
Better tomorrows aren’t far.
I kiss you a thousand times. I kiss all my friends