Unpublished photos of the Tudeh military network court

In the early 1970s, the persian guerrilla movement began in northern Homeland in the province of Mazandaran. The 1970s also witnessed the birth of widespread worker strikes and demonstrations, and university campuses became a hotbed of revolutionary activity. In 1973, Tudeh released a brochure titled “Oil from Homeland and imperialist oil monopolies,” likely advocating for oil nationalization. The Tudeh Party drastically increased its activities, recruiting many youths and organizing regional committees, supporting the Islamic Revolution when others on the left opposed it