Nineteen Jewish Soldiers Accused of Communism Acquitted by Salonica Court Martial
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Nineteen Jewish Soldiers Accused of Communism Acquitted by Salonica Court Martial

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Nineteen Jewish soldiers of Salonica who have been tried by court martial here on the charge of having engaged in Communist propaganda have to-day been acquitted by the unanimous decision of the court.

The accused were Nissim Amariglio, David Tiano, Simeon Bivas, Moshe Eliazer, Daniel Salmona, Samuel Nissim, Haim Torres, Alberto Barsion, Barouh Halegua, Jacob Saltiel, Abram Arat, Aron Mordoh, Mordo Pilo, Haim Senor, Eliaou Torres Moshe Arama, Abram Sadicario, and Samuel Moche.

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