78th volume of "The calendar of Sacred Defense history" released



22 November 2010

Researchers of Iran''s Army''s Sacred Defense Researches Center said that 78 volumes of "The calendar of Sacred Defense history", which is a 96-volume book, has been released. The collection will conclude by the end of the year.


IBNA: The printed volumes hold all incidents and events which occurred during Iraq''s imposed war against Iran (till 1986).

Some of the collection''s books are "The last peace days", "The boom of the artillery", "Indomitable bridges", "The first days" and etc.

Currently commanders Saeed Pour-Darab, Farhad Behroozi and Nabi Karimni are authoring books which will contain the incidents of 1987 while commanders Hussein Ali Mosavari, Ahmad Karimi, Masoud Farahmandzadeh will pen the books which will hold the incidents of the first 6 months of 1988.

The 96- volume collection will conclude by the end of the year by the Iran''s Army''s Sacred Defense Researches Center.



 
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