No. 275    |    7 November 2016


A report on 273th Night of Reminiscence

The memoirs of pilots about the operation "Kaman 99" and some other air operations

As the oral history site reported, two hundred and seventy third series programs of Night of Reminiscence was held at Art Center on Thursday evening on 6th Aban 1395 (on 27th October). In this ceremony, the pilot Muhammad Sadiq Ghaderi, Mustafa Nematollahi, and Mahmoud Zarabi spoke about their memoirs of air operation at first days of Iraqi imposed war against Iran.

Two Books from One Author

Memories of Two Martyrs

Mohammadali Aghamirzaei is one of authors in field of Sacred Defense who narrates history and memories of martyrs in his books. "Majnoone Hour" and "Ketabe (book) Ordibehesht" are also written by him. The first that is about Sardar (General) martyr Ali Hashemi, is dedicated for teenagers. The second book narrates life of martyr Gholamreza Kianpoor for adults.

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Seyyed of Quarters 15 (4)

Memories of Iranian Released POW, Seyyed Jamal Setarehdan

Edited and Compiled by: Sassan Nateq

Tehran, Sooreh Mehr Publications Company

‎2016 (Persian Version)‎

Translated by: Zahra Hosseinian


I thought that I have lost something, when the rifle wasnt in my hand. Javad Sabour, Shapur Barzgar, and Aqil Arshneshin were well-known members of Basij. Anywhere I saw them; I complained and asked them to give me a rifle.

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