No. 524    |    8 February 2022


The 332th Night of Memory– 1

The 332nd Night of memory was held on Thursday, January 27, 2022, in the presence of the defense staffs of the Air Force of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Soureh Hall of the Arts Center, by Davood Salehi. In this ceremony, the book "Islamic Revolution in 1979" was unveiled in the presence of the families of the defense staffs. At the beginning of the night, after the performance of the Defense Army Orchestra of the Islamic Republic of Iran under the direction of Major Davtalab, ...

Introducing the Book "Two Fingers on One Trigger"

Cyrus Shahbazi Narration of War Memories

The design on the cover of the book shows simplicity and behavior that is more an artistic depiction of the sacred defense than it wants to beat the drums of war; Although it shows a fighter ready to shoot or fire, not only does not show the slightest violence in his condition but also, on the contrary, he emphasizes love, compassion and calmness using of light and soft colors of green and blue, The book also has a beautifully patterned layout, which includes the beginning

The 2nd online meeting of Oral History of Iran

Necessities of Theorizing in Iranian Oral History – 2

Morteza Nouraee, Abolfazl Hasanabadi and Faezeh Tavakoli participated in the second meeting out of the series of meetings on oral history of Iran held online on 27th of Azar 1400 (December 18, 2021) hosted by Mrs. Mosafa. In the meeting set up in the History Hallway of the Clubhouse, they talked about the necessities of theorizing in oral history. The second part of the show is as follows:

Oral History News of Dey 1400

(Covering period: 22/12/2021 to 20/01/2022)

According to the Iranian Oral History Website, "Month News" is the title of a series of reports on this site. These reports take a look at the news related to the website topic in print and virtual media. In the following, news of Dey 1400 can be read: ◄ Shed Tears, a book narrating the oral history of ‘Ali Khademi’, one of the holy defense fighters from Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, was published ...

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SABAH (96)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


We went to Hamedan by bus. Due to insecurity of the roads, the bus stayed in Hamedan at night and moved towards Kurdistan in the morning. We were in Sanandaj near noon. Our residence area was a barrack belonging to army in the city. Two three days had passed since I had come to Sanandaj. 

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