Samson Mamulia

Samson Mamulia

Samson Mamulia (1???-1937) was the First Secretary of the Georgian Communist Party. In June 1937 he was imprisoned on the orders of Stalin in Tbilisi a month after his son's birth. he was executed and his wife died in the Gulag. His son Guram Mamulia was an activist for Meskhetian rights. [ as retrieved on 29 Apr 2008 20:59:44 GMT]


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