Report on bomb explosion in Famagusta on April 7, 1955

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Report on bomb explosion in Famagusta on April 7, 1955

Alternative Title

A bomb was exploded in Famagusta yesterday morning
Dün sabah Mağusada bir bomba patladı

Abstract

On April 7th, 1955, the house of a British commander was bombed. The house was damaged.
It is reported that pamphlets with the signs of EOKA were found on the streets of Nicosia. Terrorists are directly threatening the police, saying that they will punish the traitors like they will reward those who support their struggle.
The police is occupied with the mystery of the boat, which was lost in the Famagusta harbor on the first day of the terrorizing movements (April 1st), and then found thrown in the coast. The police investigates to decide for what purposes the boat could have been used.

Creator

R.H.

Source

Halkın sesi newspaper

Date

1955-04-08

Language

Turkish

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

halkin_sesi_1944_04_08_01

Temporal Coverage

1955-04-08

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Date Added
January 29, 2011
Item Type
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Citation
R.H., “Report on bomb explosion in Famagusta on April 7, 1955,” Cyprus Critical History Archive: Reconsidering the culture of violence in Cyprus, 1955-64, accessed July 27, 2017, http://ccha-ahdr.info/items/show/11.
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