Eminent Persians: The Men and Women Who Made Modern Iran, 1941-1979

Abbas Milani is the author of Eminent Persians: Men and Women Who Made Modern Iran, 1941-1979, (Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2 volumes, November, 2008). This book focuses on the life and works of Iranian who played crucial role in making modern Iran during Mohammad Reza Pahlavi regime.

The Oral History of Seven Militant Groups

When the leaders and members of the organization of the People's Mujahedin of Iran manifested signs of pro-Marxist tendencies, and there was a subsequent official ideological shift among them from Islam;..

The book, Tuberoses, investigates the role of Armenians in the eight year Holy Defense.

The book, Tuberoses, investigates the role of Armenians in the eight year Holy Defense. According to Tabnak's report in the introduction of the book, Dr. Arman Budaghianse, the author of the book says:

Our Man in Tehran: Ken Taylor, the CIA and the Iran Hostage Crisis

Robert Wright is a History Professor at Trent University in Oshawa, Ontario who also writes about political science. He is the author of five books. He received Lela Common Prize of the Canadian History for his national bestseller, "Three Nights in Havana".

Book Review: Haghani School Oral History

Since, the concept of Ijtihad has always made it possible for the Jurisprudence to be open to change throughout the history, and for the Shia seminaries to be able to define their activities and educational plans in accordance with the time and spatial conditions.

Historical Studies Quarterly, No 30, Autumn 2010

The titles and abstracts of the articles included in the latest issue of Historical Studies Quarterly which is concentrated on the seizure of American Embassy by Iranian Students in Tehran in 1980 are as follow:

Revisiting the History of the Movement of Oil Nationalization in Iran

Many have dealt with the story of the "movement of oil nationalization in Iran", its aftermath and, Mosaddegh’s government in 1951-1953 numerous times. Different narrators, scholars and historians, Iranian and non-Iranian when retelling the events of 1940s and 1950s have analyzed and judged these events.

Oral History of Arg Mosque in Tehran

Arg mosque is one of most famous and historical mosques in Tehran. Oral History of Arg Mosque by looking at the political developments and economic and cultural works at this mosque analyzes the impact of it on Islamic Revolution.

The Oral History of the Army in the Iranian Revolution

Pahlavi’s reign emergence and stability is due to the two military coups of 1921 and 19th August 1953. Pahlavi considered the army and other armed forces as its primary support. The predominant international and national policy of the two Shahs was to reinforce and develop the army, equip the army with the most recent weapons and, most importantly to silence any voice of political opinion which did not believe in obeying and praising the Shah unconditionally and blindly.

Islamic Revolution Oral History (Imam Khomeini, from Paris to Victory)

Islamic Revolution victory was an outcome of different causes; however, there are three main causes that are more emphasized by researchers in this regard: first, religious believes of Iranian nation; Second, peoples unity and fight against the regime; Third, the unique leadership by Imam Khomeini.
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A guerrilla who was in much love with Islam and Imam Khomeini

The Role of Oral History in Making a Documentary on the Life of Martyr Mahmoud Kaveh, Commander of the Special Brigade of Martyrs.
Martyr Mahmoud Kaveh, the commander of the Special Brigade of Martyrs, is one of the commanders about whom many articles have been written so far; but in the world of the movie, not much attention has been paid to the narration of his life from birth to martyrdom. Mr. Ali Hamid paid attention to him in making one of the episodes of the documentary series "Commanders" and narrated his condition in the form of 25 minutes.
A Piece of "Lasting Memories"

History of Establishment of Islamic Republic Party

I have been thinking about creating an Islamic political party and society for many years ago. Especially after the 1953 and coup detat of August 19, 1953, and given the experience I gained from the National Movement of Iran in 1950-1953, I hardly believed that our forces should become an active Islamic political organization. Hearing news of Islamic political organizations from other societies was interesting for me.
Interview with Zahra Tabatabai, an active student during the Sacred Defense era

The Efforts of Female Students in the War Support Headquarters

From the first days of the Baathists invasion, mosques, husseiniyahs, and even houses became important centers for the service of the fighters. These days, women and girls volunteered in the War Support Headquarters to collect public donations, sew clothes for fighters, making jam, do cultural works, and so on. Zahra Sadat Tabatabai is one of the women who actively participated in the War Support Headquarters of Tehran 14th district with the beginning ...