3rd Rank in The 5th International Digital Media Festival and Fair

The 5th International Digital Media Festival and Fair was held in Tehran from 6th to 15th of October 2011. Information Technology and Digital Media Development Center of Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance was the organizer of this feast and fair.

UVa Center Releases George H.W. Bush Oral History

The Miller Center at the University of Virginia Friday released the oral history of President George H.W. Bush, which is comprised of more than 50 senior officials from the Bush White House and Cabinet.

Ancient Maori tool found in old Lyttleton post office

The discovery of a Maori adze beneath the demolished Lyttleton post office has provided physical evidence for an oral history dating back more than 800 years.

VCU launches oral history project on Massive Resistance

FARMVILLE — Virginia Commonwealth University is launching an oral-history project on Massive Resistance that will record the stories of hundreds of schoolchildren denied an education by the closure of the state’s public schools in defiance of the Supreme Court’s order to desegregate.

Sacred Defense books to be displayed at Frankfurt Fair

Andishehvarzan Publishing House will put on display some Sacred Defense, literature and history books at Frankfurt Book Fair 2011.

Empathy, Solidarity: Needs of Sacred Defense Literature

Today, the practical context for Sacred Defense researchers and writers is far from solid and coherent. As well, the Sacred Defense-related literary, cultural and arts programs are devoid of any strategic planning [in the country].

Sacred Defense no incontestable fact

Rear admiral Ali Shamkhani says the Sacred Defense is no incontestable fact. "Indisputable things are finite. Questioning the Sacred Defense brightens it," he said.

Barracks Commanders unveiled

In the Sacred Defense literature, publication of doctors memories is still missing, said Colonel Ranjkesh, literature deputy of the Sacred Defense Values Preservation Administration in Alborz Province.

Oral history group to present Woman’s Club program

The GFWC Woman’s Club of Hannibal is pleased to announce that a local youth Oral History Project will be the featured program at its opening luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011.

Cunningham, Hilson join history project on civil rights

PORTSMOUTH — Two local African Americans were interviewed for an oral history project on the civil rights movement sponsored by New York-based organization Alliance of Ethics and Art.

A Critique on Oral history of War Commanders

“Answering Historical Questions and Ambiguities Instead of Individual-Organizational Identification”
“Oral history of Commanders” is reviewed with the assumption that in the field of war historiography, applying this method is narrated in an advancing “new” way, with the aim of war historiography, emphasizing role of commanders in creation of its situations and details.
A cut from memoirs of Jalil Taeffi

Escaping with camera

We were in the garden of one of my friends in "Siss" on 26th of Dey 1357 (January 16, 1979). We had gone for fun. It was there that we heard the news of Shah's escape from the local people. They said that the radio had announced. As soon as I heard this news, I took a donkey and went on its back.
Life of Martyr Kazem Amloo Narrated

Baneh Dream

The book "Baneh Dream" narrates the life of martyr Kazem Amloo. It has been authored by Alireza Kalami and released by Marz-o Boom Publications. The book starts with the publisher's preface and the author's introduction; then, 75 memories have been narrated from the language of the martyr's family, friends and comrades.
War commander narrates Operation Fat’h al-Mobin


The book “Chenaneh” authored by the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) commander Brigadier General Fatollah Jafari is about different phases of Operation Fat’h al-Mobin. Jafari is the founder of IRGC combat units. He also set up the IRGC 3rd Combat Brigade and Division. The book’s title has been chosen from the name of a village in Shush area