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Ministry of Post, Telegraph and Telephone

Copy of the Report from Sangsar

Number: 229

Date: 27 Aban 1322 [19 November 1943]

 

It has been some time since the Baha’i group of Sangsar has brought teachers from Sari and Tehran to Sangsar and has established two primary schools, one for the girls and one for the boys. The number of students is about one hundred and fifty. Their programs are religious, and they pay less attention to the academic lessons. At nights there are gatherings in the houses of some affluent Baha’is, where they engage in propaganda.  229 -  27 Aban 1322 [19 November 1943]

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