Trilingual "Inevitability of War" to be unveiled at TIBF



Mohammad Doroudian's "Inevitability of War" – now available in three languages of English, Arabic, and French – will be unveiled on Wednesday (4 May 2011) concurrent with the inauguration day of Tehran International Book Fairr.

IBNA: This ceremony is to commence with the prologues of Dr Hossein Ardestani, head of Holy Defence Docs and Research Center, Abdolhossein Heidari, translators head, and Mohammad Doroudian, author of "Inevitability of War".

Conversion of important works of the Holy Defence Docs and Research Center to foreign languages is a recent priority of this center that has begun since last year with the translation of books like "Atlas of Iran-Iraq War: Terrestrial fights abstracts".

The first upshot of the project is the publication of Mohammad Doroudian's "Inevitability of War" in three languages of English, Arabic, and French. This work will be unveiled on Wednesday evening, 4 May 2011, 16:30, at the House of Literati of the 24th TIBF.

As the second volume of "Review and Analysis of Iran-Iraq War" series, the book makes a survey of various available war theories and causes of their conception and then focuses on the causes of Iraq's imposed war on Iran.



 
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