We do not have a suitable pattern for oral history.

Gholamreza Azari Khakestar said: “We still do not have a suitable pattern for oral history,” and presented his article by the title of “Oral History of Hoveyzeh Reconstruction”. He is an expert of interviewing at Organization of Libraries, Museums and the Documentation Center of Astan-e Quds-e Razavi . He participated in the 2nd Oral History Conference in Oct 2010.

War Atmosphere, Being Unbelievable for the Next Generation

The anti-revolutionary movements in Kurdistan had been started in 1358 (1980) and the Revolutionary Guards and Army forces had been deployed there. He was sent there as a voluntary force (basiji) in 1358 (1980). He was among the selected people in shooting, but due to His small body, He started working in logistic sections and this made him malcontent. But He made his way in another area which was gathering war oral history from combatants' memoirs. this is an interview with one of oral history protagonists.

The oppression even Shaddad (an ancient tyrant of Arabia) did not commit

Talking about the sacred defence period, you can not understand the greatness and glory of those days unless you listen to that period's men. The war disabled and former POW, Mohammad Mohammadi is one of the historical memories of the imposed war. He was injured seriously when captured by the enemy in the first months of the war and during the third stage of Beit-ol-moqaddas Operation. He patiently spent hard days of captivity with the late Aboutorabi, and then in 1365 (1986), due to his physical disability, returned to the country by the help of International Red Cross.The following is our interview with this souvenir of war period:

An interview with Abolfazl Hassan Abadi during the 2nd Oral History Conference

Hassan Abadi, is president of the Organization of Libraries, Museums and the Documentation Center of Astan-e Quds-e Razavi(1) and author of Oral History in Iran. He is one of oral history activists in Iran who has several activities in this regard. One of his activities was concentrated on Khaf(2) Oral History in 2003 which included the following interviews:

An interview with Ali Tatari in the 2nd Oral History Conference

Ali Tatari is the oral history expert of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis) Library and Documents Center and also the director of “Oral History Project of Majlis”. He has done his first interview with “Mohammad Afrasyabi” one of the old personnel of Senate, National Assembly and Islamic Assembly.

I Hope That Reaching Day

Just professionals understand the importance of his work. He is behind the scene. Different examples are brought for his works. Someone has been tired of life and the other one has no insurance for curing his or her eyes. Mr. Oqabi is one of the editors of the Artistic Section. He was 31 when entered the atmosphere of war.

Abstinence of Sloganeering

Akbar Sahraee has gained the fluency in his writing and style from many ups and downs of his life, his youth and adolescence, and interest in football, studying and classic stories. After the order of Imam Khomeini considering the Kurdistan disturbances he left the camp of football to the camp of war and joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guards. He witnessed the martyrdom of Dr. Chamran in Dehlavieh region. Here is an interview with him:
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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 ...