No. 499    |    10 August 2021


A review of the memories of Masoumeh Khansari Bozorgi-2

Memories of the First Dispatch

My first dispatch was in November 1981 during operation Tariq Al-Qods. Of course, I must point out that the operations were not announced in advance; when I was sent, I was stationed at the Ahvaz Medical Aid Headquarters for a few days and worked for some time in the Ahvaz and Dezful Health Centers. That is, I was active until the beginning of the operation. I remember once I went to see Mr.

Introducing the book "Between the Indians"

Memoirs of trip of justice-seeking students to Bolivia

The book is an attempt to show the efforts of the Student Justice-Seeking Movement group dispatched to the International Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Bolivia. This collection includes memoirs of the delegation, including intellectual articles, with the help of which they show the Latin American atmosphere and their role in international relations, and discuss the commonality of Iran and Latin American countries. These memories are related to the year 1389 (2010).

Oral History Training

The First step in Compilation and Implementation

In the world of literature and art, writing styles, forms and types almost gets everything clear for the audience, and their boundaries are quite clear and different. For example, there is a book called religious book. When it is said this is a revelation book, it means no one thinks about its school whether it is realist or romantic, has a historicist or literal approach, whether it is poem or art; Therefore, ...

News of oral history for Tir 1400 (June-July 2021)

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, “News of the Month” is the title of a series of reports in the site. The reports take a look at the news related to the subject of the site in written and cyber media. What follows are the news related to the month of Tir 1400: *The Cultural Department of the Organization for University Jihad in Yazd reported of the implementation of a plan for documenting the oral history of the ...

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SABAH (71)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


Chapter Sixteen

The next day, Ashraf, Elaheh and I went to Zolfaghari. The fighters who were there said that Iraqis had attached a few times since morning and most probably, the attacks will increase every hour. If this was the case, then there was probability that we would have lots of injured and high need of aid. Therefore, we decided to stay in our trench and not return to base.

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