History

Fatemeh Pahlavi got a pilot license

Fatemeh Pahlavi (1928 – 1987) was Reza Shah Pahlavi’s tenth child and half-sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. She was a member of the Pahlavi dynasty.Fatemeh Pahlavi was born in Tehran on 30 October 1928. She was the tenth child of Reza Shah and his fourth and last wife, Esmat Dowlatshahi.

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Excessive consumption of these foods is dangerous

Spinach is a leafy green flowering plant native to central and western Asia. It is of the order Caryophyllales, family Amaranthaceae, subfamily Chenopodioideae. Its leaves are a common edible vegetable consumed either fresh, or after storage using preservation techniques by canning, freezing, or dehydration.

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Ali Tabesh who was radio presenter and actor

Ali Tabesh was an actor, known for Mashdi ebad (1953), Harbour of Love (1967) and I’m Dying to Get Money (1960).Radio presenters host radio programs such as talkback shows, music programs, news bulletins or programs relating to specific content or communities. They research and prepare for their spot/program, talk to their listeners, play entertainment items, interview guests and celebrities and …

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william khenno who was composer

William Khenno: Was an Assyrian composer and pianist, born in capital in 1934, and died (killed) in Honduras in 1995. He became an active musician at the age of twenty. He composed music, wrote lyrics and composed movie scores.

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Churchill’s birthday party in capital

As soon as the German-Soviet war broke out in June 1941, Churchill offered assistance to the Soviets, and an agreement to this effect was signed on 12 July 1941. However, Churchill in a spoken radio transmission announcing the alliance with the USSR, reminded listeners that this alliance would not change his stance against communism. Delegations had traveled between London and …

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Photos of Tila and Ramin

The classical music of homeland consists of melody types developed through the country’s classical and medieval eras. Dastgah, a musical mode in homeland’s classical music, despite its popularity, has always been the preserve of the elite. The influence of dastgah is seen as the reservoir of authenticity that other forms of musical genres derive melodic and performance inspiration from.

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The first female choir leader in Homeland

Golnoush Khaleghi (6 January 1941 – 14 February 2021) was a Persian-American musician and conductor. She was the first Persian woman conductor.Khaleghi was born in Tehran and studied at the Persian National Music Conservatory, Mozarteum Salzburg and the University of Wisconsin.

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Tony Musante visited homeland before revolution

Anthony Peter Musante Jr. (June 30, 1936 – November 26, 2013) was an American actor, best known for the TV series Toma as Detective David Toma, Nino Schibetta in Oz (1997), and Joe D’Angelo in As the World Turns (2000-2003). In movies, he achieved fame relatively early in his career, starring or having significant roles in such films as Once …

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When the revolutionaries attacked to liquor stores

On 7 January 1978, an article titled “Iran and Red and Black Colonization” appeared in the national daily Ettela’at newspaper. Written under a pseudonym by a government agent, it denounced Khomeini as a “British agent” and a “mad Indian poet” conspiring to sell out Iran to neo-colonialists and communists.

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The first moments of Ayatollah Khomeini’s arrival to Homeland

When news of the Shah’s departure was announced, there were spontaneous scenes of joy throughout the country. Millions poured onto the streets, and virtually every remaining sign of the monarchy was torn down by the crowds. Bakhtiar dissolved SAVAK and freed all remaining political prisoners. He ordered the army to allow mass demonstrations, promised free elections and invited the revolutionaries …

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