[This is a long document. Please consult the index for full information]From: [blank] To: The Elaziz Governor-General Sabit Bey Date: [blank] Number: [blank] Topic: it contains the questions asked of him during the period of deportation.
From: [blank] To: Governor-General Tahsin Bey Date: [blank] Number: [blank] Topic: it contains the questions asked of him during the period of deportation.
From: [blank] To: The Ministry of War Date: [blank] Number: [blank] Topic: it discusses the appropriation of the goods taken under protection by Auxiliary Captain Celal Efendi during the period of deportation; and contains the questions asked regarding other individuals taking Armenian girls from the convoys and keeping them in dormitories for 10 days. As such, this document is missing.
From: [blank] To: The Former Interior Minister Cemal Bey Date: [blank] Number: [blank] Topic: given his short terms as Governor-General in both Konya and Aleppo during the period of deportation, it asks whether he has any documents belonging to headquarters and the Special Organization, regarding the killing and annihilation of Armenians
From: The Deportation Military Tribunal President To: The Ministry of Interior Date: [blank] Number: [blank] Topic: In three short texts, it requests the copies of the following: the coded telegraphs between the Erzurum Governor-General Tahsin Bey and Talat Pasha sent during the period of deportation, especially those that relate to Bishop Simpat Efendi; and the coded correspondence between the Erzincan District Governor Memduh Bey and Talat Pasha.
From: The Interior Minister To: The Office of the Military Tribunal President Date: 8 February 1919 [8 Şubat 335] Number: 32 Topic: it states that after the reports and complaints about Kemal Bey's abuses during the relocation of Armenians, the Administrative Inspector Nedim Bey was commissioned; that in the investigation it became clear that Kemal Bey was lenient towards looting of the abandoned properties, that he personally had taken some goods himself, and that he had paid off his personal debts using the abandoned goods; it further states that Kemal Bey should be tried accordingly, and that it had been written to the Ankara Board of Directors, as special permission from them was required to try him.[This is a long document. Please consult the index for full information]
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Guerguerian, Krikor, "36 Deportation - Turkish Telegrams I" (2018). Adana Confiscation (Courts Martial). 36.