Mister the "Receveur Principal", (some kind of director or manager.)
Please excuse me to remain anonymous, I don't want to be in trouble with my immediate superior that I work with everyday. It's M. Lefèvre who is a "contrôleur".
The day before yesterday in the afternoon around 5pm, when your were absent from the office, he brought a lady with promiscuous behavior, a german jewess, that we all know to be his mistress.
This lady stayed for about an hour in the office, where they took a walk around the department.
Those activities happen a lot when mister Lefèvre is on the night shift.
My conscience and my co worker's consciences are revolted by this lack of pudor from a superior, who is also, everyone knows it, a germanophile and a lot of us think that he might be a german Intelligence agent.
I hope, monsieur le Receveur Principal, that you will soon stop those revolting activities, Yours respectfully."
That's about it. There might be some mistakes, tell me if there is anything you don't understand.
Sorry, took some time as I had to take pics of the ID and upload it. Here are the cover and the inside with pic and info.
I got the letter and ID from a big open air second hand market in Paris. Although the letter and ID were folded together, I think there´s a good possibility that they have nothing in common as the ID seems to be from different area. The ID seems to be from 1939 so of course the holder of it might have moved after that to be in Besancon by 1942 but as you can see, he would be 73 years old by then and prolly not working in the office of any kind.
Ok this guy is from a noble family from Boury en Vexin (funny, i went there once as a kid). The family name is Zentz d'alnois. Raoul Zentz d'Alnois died apparently in 1943 from oldness. He was a "chef d'escadron" in the cavalry, probably during WWI.
The descendant of this raoul guy still owns the castle. It's been in their family since 1829.