Towards the General Commander of Crete: Memorandum of Muslim Elders complains that, although religion of the Cretan Muslims had been respected by all governments so far and Turkish language had been taught together with Greek language in the Cretan schools.
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Title
Towards the General Commander of Crete: Memorandum of Muslim Elders complains that, although religion of the Cretan Muslims had been respected by all governments so far and Turkish language had been taught together with Greek language in the Cretan schools.
Description
This year it had been decided to limit the hours of Teaching Turkish and religion classes from 15 to 5 also, the Muslim Girls' schools had been abolished.
Note
Those acts are against the Muslim Religion and offer nothing to the Muslim students, who used to be anyway among the best students of Greek high schools
Issue Date
1923-01-14
1923-01-16
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52647
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00005
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Open Access
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Purchase

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