[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]



Ministry of Post, Telegraph, and Telephone,



From Golpayegan to T [Tehran]; Receipt Number: 9811; Telegram Number: 305, Number of Words: 44, Date of Original: 30/ [7/ 1323] – [22 October 1944], Date of Receipt: 30/7/ [1323]


For the attention of the National Consultative Assembly,

Copy to: Office of the Prime Minister

Copy to: Ministry of the Interior,

Copy to: Police Force [National] Headquarters,

Copy to: [National] Gendarmerie Headquarters


Last night the door of my house was set on fire.  I referred the matter to the Police Station, the offender has been identified and the background exist, [but] the instigator is unknown, I don’t have safety or tranquillity.  We [I] seek swift action.


Ataollah Foroutan


[Stamp:] Telegraph Office, Tehran]

[Stamp:] Registered at the Office of Ministers, Number 14177, and Date:  2/8/ 1323 [24 October 1944]

[Handwritten Note 1:] Copy has been submitted to Police Headquarters for action to be taken as required and a report made of the outcome 2/8/ [1323] [24 October 1944]

[Handwritten Note 2:] Report prepared.  3/8 [1323] [25 October 1944]