Quetta Earthquake 1935: Collection of Information Made Available to the Press in the Form of Communiques, Statements, and Reports Regarding the Situation and of the Measures Taken in Connection with Relief, Supplies, Evacuation and Salvage
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Situation Reports telegraphed to the Secretary of State
General summary of the situation
Indian casualties difficulties of publishing lists
14th June 6th June accommodation Ajmer-Merwara Army arrangements assistance Baluchistan Bombay Chronicle British and Indian buried in Quetta Calcutta casualties Civil and Military Claims Commissioner commenced Committee communiqué damage debris Delhi Dera Ismail Khan despatched diﬂicult disaster evacuated Excellency the Viceroy ﬁrst food and medical further given Government of India Governor-General Haj Camp Hospital injured issued Jacobabad July Kalat Karachi Khan killed Labour Corps Lahore large number Mastung ment military authorities Nawabshah district nurses officers oﬂicers oﬂicial organised persons possible present Press private individuals proceed to Quetta property owners Public Health Commissioner Punjab Quetta area Quetta City race course railway authorities received refugee camp regarding Regulation relief parties rescue Rohri Royal Air Force ruins salvage operations salved property sent Shikarpur Simla situation staff station subsistence grants suffered Sukkur survivors taken telegrams Telegraphs thousand tion troops Upper Sind Frontier Viceroy’s Fund villages Visit to Quetta wireless wounded