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Title: Looking back at Malta's prisons in 1837
Other Titles: Looking back at Malta's prisons in 1837: Part 1
Looking back at Malta's prisons in 1837: Part 2
Authors: Zarb-Dimech, Anthony
Keywords: Corradino Correctional Facility (Paola, Malta)
Prisoners -- Malta -- History -- 18th century
Prisons -- Malta
Issue Date: 2021-09-26
Publisher: Standard Publications
Citation: Zarb-Dimech, A. (2021, September 26). Looking back at Malta's prisons in 1837. Malta Independent on Sunday, pp. 21
Abstract: As reports run wild and controversies ride high in the local media on the conditions and treatment of prisoners at Malta's Corradino Correctional Facility (CCF), the author has been prompted to research the Malta Prisons in 1837 to get a feel of how life was conducted in Maltese prisons back then. This feature is the second of a two-part survey, giving an overview of the Maltese prisons' living conditions 125 years ago and deals with such matters as punishment, religious services, medical treatment, visits, diet, earnings and other matters.
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