Towards the General Commissioner of Crete Stilianou Dragoumi. Council of Irakliou Muslim Elders reports that some Muslims had been arrested by the port police while they were ready to leave from Iraklio with the Loyd's steam ship for different reasons.
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Title
Towards the General Commissioner of Crete Stilianou Dragoumi. Council of Irakliou Muslim Elders reports that some Muslims had been arrested by the port police while they were ready to leave from Iraklio with the Loyd's steam ship for different reasons.
Description
Housein Kalaijakis, Mehmet Mamihiakis, Hasan Labirakis, Ali imamakis, Hasan Fehimakis, Yousouf Bouloumbaliakis, Ahmet imamakis, Seit Bitsaksakis, Selim Ousiamehmetakis, Housein Karavanakis and Housein Selimarakis had been arrested by the port police
Note
The Council certifies that they are all good citizens of Iraklio and on behalf of their families, asks for their liberation.
Issue Date
1913-01-01
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/66911
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20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVDIV00042
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Open Access
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