Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 49)

When the positions and regions of counterrevolution elements fell into the hands of loyal forces of the regime and revolution, and they were eliminated from the elements of combatant, the counterrevolutions got angry and embarked on terrible crimes against defenseless people and even the passersby and passengers; they took out their eyes and tongue, pulled their nails out, and so on.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 48)

There was a family known as "Namaki" who believed much in Islamic system and revolution. Retreating from Sanandaj, the counter-revolution elements captured and took four sons of the family hostage and shot the leg of father of this family, so that he can not follow them.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 47)

Kurdistan Province was a very sensitive region where was stimulated by the enemies of the Islamic Revolution and its puppet small groups in terms of ethnic and religion, in order to stand against the Islamic Republic and seek autonomy or independence. Of course, the good, revolutionary, and Muslim people of Kurdistan, who were freed from the tyranny of previous regime and joined the revolution and the regime, and who had made many ...

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 46)

In the late of 1979, in a meeting with police officers, Imam Khomeini made very important remarks on the revival of police stations . This issue was bitter for me who had heard about the crimes of some of them on the eve of the victory of revolution and afterwards. The problem of handing weapons to them was not only unpleasant to me, but also difficult to accept. I could not accept that the people in police stations would make the city safe so I tried to deny.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 45)

Despite the occurrence of the Islamic revolution in Iran, establishment of justice, and elimination of oppression and discrimination and class distinction, still in some parts of the country tribal chiefs and landowners did not hear (or did not want to hear) the voice of the revolution and they insisted on their void procedure and oppression and exploiting peasants. Feudalists and landlords, who considered their survival in exploiting peasants by using force ...

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 44)

At the first night when I deployed four guards to cooperate with non-commissioned officers and gendarmes at Hamadan-Tehran checkpoint, an interesting incident happened. That night I was having dinner when the brothers in the police post called me by radio telephone and said they obtained a haft of automatic pistol plus some opium when inspecting a car driven by a young man. I told them to arrest the young man and keep the car and what they’ve found until I arrived.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 43)

The chaos atmosphere and the growing conspiracy of the hypocrites on those days required that we gathered a lot of information and destroyed centers of conspiracy after accurate identifying. In order to have access to detailed information about the status of small groups activities in the city, the best way, according to Imam saying, was using the intelligence of Basij and relying on revolutionary people.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 42)

In the early days of Islamic rule, not only the army had not been purged of traitors and counter-revolutionary forces, but also some groups came into conflict with the Islamic thought of the revolution. Hence, the risk of danger and erupting of a conspiracy was possible at any moment. Therefore, it was necessary to establish an organization to protect the revolution and its achievements. Thus, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was formed and a lot of meetings were held for its establishment.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 41)

One week after my arrival, I decided to go back to the work and do whatever I can to strengthen the bases of the revolution. I joined Islamic Revolutionary Committee when it was established, and cooperated with some revolutionary friends to restore peace in the society and to confront each plot and identify danger centers. The Youth Palace [The Iran Scout Organization], where apparently designed to educate young people but inwardly had been established to corrupt them, ...

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Dabbagh) (Part 40)

The night before the victory day of revolution, one of the brothers said, "sister Tahereh! Please answer the phone. The man on the phone is speaking Arabic, we do not understand, come and see what he is talking about." I picked up the phone. A man was speaking Arabic and said, "Abu Ammar [Yasser Arafat] wants to speak with you." A few minutes later, Arafat picked up the phone and after greeting he said ...
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Memory Telling of Zahra Almasian, Veteran Lady of the Holy Defense

Relief in Khorramshahr and Abadan

The first young years of Zahra Almasian coincided with victory of Islamic Revolution and beginning of the imposed war by Saddam Army against Iran. She began working in several fields in Abadan in early days of invasion of Iraqi Baathist in Iran. But as Khorramshahr situation became critical, which was at high risk more than Abadan, she goes to Khorramshahr for relief, and after several days of activity under heavy fire of the enemy, she is injured there.

Research Literature & Oral History

We are constantly dealing with oral history texts that, if included in the historiography circle, their genealogies are missing. Perhaps under appreciation of the most important part of the writing, which is a major contribution to the endurance and validity of the text, has been neglected. Negligence and hurriedness, have caused a lot of work not to be desirable. To this end, we try to recall in this succinct series, the literature of research in accrediting the text.
Three books included memories:

"The Seeds of Pomegranate", "You Are Iranian; Are not You?", "Thirteen in Seven"

By reading this book, you will be familiar with books "The seeds of pomegranate", "You are Iranian, Are not you?" and "Thirteen in seven". These books include memories about Saddams army imposed war against Islamic Republic of Iran.
First chapter of oral history films of Isfahan Bazar unveiled

Accompaniment of oral and visual history

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, “the ceremony for unveiling the first chapter of the collection of oral history films of Isfahan Bazar” attended by a number of veterans of the bazar and organized by Assar Khaneh Shahi Museum (the Center for Studies of Isfahans Public Culture) was held in the Conference Hall of the Central Library of the city of Isfahan on Sunday 29th of April 2018.