A child from Salman generation

A Review of the Book "Footprints of Fog"

I was very persistent in going to Syria and acting in any way ... I had missed the era of sacred defense for years ... many people used to say that the wartime generation would not be repeated, but this was not the truth; there are always persons of Salman Farsi generation to be active in history and win the deal in this business and I was trying in the hope that I would be in this line ...

Observing the developments of two different contexts from the heart of memories

Taking a Look at the Book "The Sergeant"

The book entitled "The Sergeant" is the oral memoirs of Kazem Nazari that its interview and transcription were done by Mahmoud Ranjbar and its first edition was published in 1399 under the supervision of Gilan Province Arts Center, Nekoafarin Publications, in 123 pages and 500 copies at a price of 30,000 Toman (Iranian currency). The contents of the present book include a note from Gilan Arts Center, introduction, preface, transcription of memoirs, pages related to pictures, and final index.

Review of First Lieutenant; Diver

First Lieutenant;Diver is the memoirs of Mohsen Jambozorg, compiled by Mohsen Seifikar and published by Surah Mehr Publications in collaboration with the Hamedan Hozeh Honari at 2019. Mohsen Jambozorg was one of the divers of the operations information unit in Hamedan 32nd Ansar al-Hussein Division, who was sent to the front by the Hamedan Education Office and was present in Operations Valfajr 2, Valfajr 5, Valfajr 8, and Ansar on Majnoon Island.

Memoirs of Dr. Mohammad Javad Asayesh

Oral historiography and history are among the most effective methods of historiography and the discovery and recording of historical events. Memoir-writing has a special place in showing the developments of history because of its attractiveness and because it expresses the narrators observations without intermediaries Many of the facts of contemporary Iranian history from the 150-year Qajar era and even before that is due to the memoirs of writers and narrators who witnessed the developments themselves and wrote their observations.

Memoirs of Ayatollah Mostajabi

Ayatollah Seyed Morteza Mostajab al-Davati, popularly known as “Mostajabi”, the son of Haj Seyed Asadollah Mostajab al-Davati and grandson of Ayatollah Seyed Abolhasan Sadr Ameli was born in 1302 AH (1924). Due to his family relationship with the Sadr family, he had a close and intimate relationship with Imam Musa Sadr from a young age. Therefore, any researcher who wants to study about the dignitaries of the Sadr family, it is worthwhile to refer to him for gaining information.

Review of two published books from the memoirs of Haj Sadegh Ahangaran

One Narrator, Two Texts

Oral history and, in most cases, oral memoirs, that have engaged many publishers and cultural and research institutions these days, is as much a matter of concern as it is an important cultural and research work. To clarify the subject without a long introduction, I refer to two works that have recently been published by two different publishers based on the memoirs of one person. The first book "With the Song of the Caravan", narrated by Mohammad Sadegh Ahangaran, ...

The memory of Amir Aslan Afshar, Chief of court ceremonies:

How Was the Shahs Message, "Iranian People, I heard the Voice of Your Revolution!" Written and Broadcast?

Amir Aslan Afshar, the son of Colonel Amir Massoud Afshar Ghassemlou (one of the militants of the king Reza Shah era) was born on November 22, 1919, in Tehran. he went to Germany In 1935, and after four years graduated from Hindenburg High School in Berlin. He then received a bachelor degree in law from the University of Geneva in Switzerland and a doctorate in political science from the University of Vienna in Austria.

Book review: From Godar Takhti to Ramadi

War memoirs are bad and bitter; bury them and do not recount

Memoirs of the freed POW from nomads of Bahmai Tribe

"When we saw the behavior of the Iraqi guards and their tortures, returning home was like a dream for us until we heard the news of Irans acceptance of the UN resolution. I talked to all my roommates and they hoped for freedom. One night, an Iraqi officer ordered our guard to gather prisoners in the camp area. We gathered and he began to speak. They wanted us to say nothing about what ...

Book Review:


The book "Jahanara" is the queries on the life and memoirs of martyr Seyed Mohammad Ali Jahanara collected by Ali Akbar Mozdabadi from his wife, comrades, diaries, interviews, and notes, and released by Ya Zahra Publications in 2019. The book begins with a straightforward and understandable note from the author in which he talks about the process of formation and production of this work. In this introduction, it is stated that the ...

Book review:

"Relief Worker, Where Are You?"

The book "Relief Worker, Where Are You?" is the memoirs of "Ali Achrash" a relief worker during the Sacred Defense years in Khuzestan area. It has been authored by Mrs. Masumah Ramhormozi in the year 1397 (2018) in 375 pages and published by the Publication of the Center for Sacred Defense Documents and Research at the price of 30000 tomans. In the books introduction, the word "relief worker" has been defined ...
An Extract of Memories of Nosratollah Mahmoudzadeh

The Importance of Building Road in the War

Destiny of the operations were determined by the roads that Jahad [Sazandegi] (Jihad of Construction) would build in the up and downs of the region’s mountains; roads in which delivering troops, ammunition, supplies, and on the way back, delivering the wounded and martyrs in a 30 km distance determined consolidation of heights that were seized by Basij forces. Iraq had concentrated most of its power in the region on the Galan heights.
The Memory of Azam Al-Sadat Sajjadi Masoumi

Bow tie

When I was studying in Farhanaz Pahlavi middle School at the end of Hajbashi Street, I spent bitter days. At school, I was dressed differently because of my coat and long scarf. That is why I was always alone and had no friends. On the other hand, the teachers did not care about me and treated me badly. They put me at the end of the class and they did not call my name for class questions;
It was brought up in an interview with Seddiqa Mohammadi

Interview with the foster coach of the 80s and 90s

A Review of the Cultural Activities of Girls High Schools in Zarand city from Kerman in the Sixties
Seddiqa Mohammadi was born on 1963/May/10 in Zarand, Kerman. During the last years of the imperial rule, he participated in demonstrations with his family, and after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, he entered education as a teacher.
Book Review:

“History Watcher”

In the middle six months of 1981 (1360 SH), a group of the political office of IRGC headed to the fronts in order to record events which were related to commanding the war; some the narrators died a martyr. Sayyid Mohammad Eshaghi was one of those narrators who in the year 1980, after being active for a time in Rasht Basij, joined IRGC and after that he narrated the war for 4 years, he died a martyr in January 19, 1987.