Letter from the Ministry for Jewish Affairs, Division of Communal Matters
No : 193/64
Kovno 13 January 1922
To: The Congregational Committee in Keidan
We are currently carrying out specific statistical investigation of the Jewish soldiers in our army, who fell in the fight for the independence of Lithuania.
In the list we have in our possession, we have discovered the name of a fallen Jewish soldier from your town, Eliezer Stoller.
However, as there are in this list certain anomalies, we ask you to let us know if all the details and the names are in agreement.
Please complete all the appropriate details pertaining to the deceased that have not been filled in, in the columns, due to lack of information.
NAME Eliezer Stoller
SON OF Israel
AGE 19 years
TOWN OF ORIGIN Keidan
REGIMENT 9th Infantry Division
PLACE AND TIME OF DEATH Slain 17 March 1920
PLACE OF INTERMENT Name illegible
NOTE : HANDWRITTEN He was later disinterred and transferred to Novo Aleksandrovsk (now Zarasai), where he was buried in the Jewish cemetery.
Signed : S Shapiro – Head of Department of Jewish Affairs
Ch Klatzkin – General Secretary
(Handwritten across face of document : “We forward the completed reply”)