Moshe went to Palestine in 1934. He visited me frequently between 1933 and 1934.
And when he was not in Frankfurt, he would write me. On a postcard, from Dessau, he wrote:
I can not thank you for your letter, because there was none.
Above all, I want to wish you a fine Seder. Ask ‘ma nichtane…’ [ma nischtanen haLeila hase is a Passover prayer from the Haggadah , which is recited by the youngest member oft he family.
It means: “How does this night differ from all other nights”?] and don’t eat too many Matzo  balls. Yesterday I returned from Berlin.
I talked to almost all of my friends, Schattner, Sereni, Liebenstein, Schollnik, Georg, etc. etc. Sereni went to Rome for Seder  yesterday.
From there, he went to Eretz . Stay in country for three weeks, and then come back. In the evening, I went to the theater, “One hundred days” by Mussolini.
Fouché, Gustav Gründgens; Napoleon, Werner Krauss. It is the depiction of the 100-day-reign of Napoleon, after his exile.
It was fabulous. The actors Gründgens, Krauss were amazing. After I hadn’t been to the theater for such a long time, this performance was a real pleasure.
In the true sense of the word. So, let me know how you are. I will be in Dessau until Monday.
My regards, I kiss you.
Moshe. Dessau 29.3.34.”