[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

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[Personal information has been redacted.]

 

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Ministry of the Interior,

Office of the Governor General of the Seventh Province

Date: 10/3/1323 [31 May 1944]

Number: D/2365/3439;

 

The Office of the Governor General of the Seventh Province

 

In response to letters number 2534 – 8/3/[1323] [29 May 1944], 2447 – 7/3/[1323] [28 May 1944], 2327 – 6/3/1323 [27 May 1944], you are hereby informed: according to the information received in number D/2233/3241 – 7/3/1323 [28 May 1944], as a result of the efforts of law enforcement officials the situation in Abadeh is quite calm and the public security is established; the marketplace and stores are [open] and people are busy with their daily jobs.  A few individuals who were arrested have been released following the required investigation.

 

Head of the Military Forces of the South, Colonel Deyhimi

 

[Number:] 2765 – 11/3/1323 [1 June 1944]

 

The above copy is submitted for the information of the Ministry of the Interior following number 2543 – 7/3/ [1323] [28 May 1944], 2796 – 10/3/1323 [31 May 1944]

On behalf of the Deputy of the Seventh Governorate, [signature]

 

[Handwritten 1:] Political, 28/3/1323 [18 June 1944]

[Handwritten 2:] [Stamp: Ministry of the Interior, Political Department, Number: 2254, Date: 31/3/ [1323] [21 June 1944]

[Handwritten 3:] Archives