Complaint of Muslim Council of Elders to the Inspector of the primary schools of the educational periphery concerning the requisition occupation of the 7-class and 4-class Muslim primary school Muslim school, Ivraim Huseyn Seidaki by Stilianou Aloizou.
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Title
Complaint of Muslim Council of Elders to the Inspector of the primary schools of the educational periphery concerning the requisition occupation of the 7-class and 4-class Muslim primary school Muslim school, Ivraim Huseyn Seidaki by Stilianou Aloizou.
Description
About the new arrangements at the school program concerning the setting of fewer hours for the teaching of Turkish language and religion.
Issue Date
1921-11-29
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52516
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Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
6
Identifier
ACIEVE00006
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Open Access
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Purchase

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