History

Chemical bombing of Sardasht

Iraq On June 28, 1987, dropped what persian authorities believed to be mustard gas bombs on Sardasht, West Azerbaijan, in two separate bombing runs on four residential areas. The numbers of victims were initially estimated as 10 civilians dead and 650 civilians injured.

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Bombing at the office Islamic Republic Party

On 28 June 1981 , a powerful bomb went off at the headquarters of the homelad Party (IRP) in capital, while a meeting of party leaders was in progress. Seventy-three leading officials of the Islamic Republic were killed, including Chief Justice Ayatollah Mohammad Beheshti.

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Photos of Persian famine

The Persian famine of 1917–1918 caused deaths by starvation, and cholera, of as much as one quarter of the population living in the north of homeland. Although the research of Mohammad Gholi Majd alleges as many as 8–10 million died, across the whole nation, based on an alternate pre-famine Persian population estimate of 19 million, and diplomatic cables.

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Unseen photos of Dr Ali Shariati

Ali Shariati Mazinani (23 November 1933 – 18 June 1977) was an revolutionary and sociologist who focused on the sociology of religion. He is held as one of the most influential persian intellectuals of the 20th century and has been called the “ideologue of the persian Revolution”, although his ideas ended up not forming the basis of the Islamic Republic.

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“Operation Nasr 7” in the Zabidat area, Inside Iraq

The Iraq War, commonly known as the First Gulf War in the Arab world was an armed conflict between Iran and Iraq lasting from 22 September 1980, when Iraq invaded homeland, to August 1988. After Operation Karbala 5, the southern front (Basra) had come to a complete halt, while Iran was losing in the central front. The only place Iran …

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Rare Historical Photos

If you think you know your history, get ready to be humbled. The rare photographs below show a different perspective of historical events, and you probably wouldn’t find them in any school textbook.

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Interesting Facts About The Titanic

Most of us have seen the movie Titanic, the second grossing film of all time. It gave us a glimpse of what it might have been like to be on that voyage, but it was a romance and there was a lot that the movie didn’t cover. The tragedy still fascinates us even a hundred years later.

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Actors photos before revolution

In the decades before the Islamic revolution of 1979, homelnd was ruled by the Shah whose dictatorship repressed dissent and restricted political freedoms. But he also he pushed the country to adopt Western-oriented secular modernization, allowing some degree of cultural freedom.

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June 5, 1963, demonstrations in homeland

The demonstrations of June 5 and 6, also called the events of June 1963 or the 15 Khordad uprising , were protests in homeland against the arrest of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini after his denouncement of persian Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Israel.

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Rare photos of winston churchill

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874 – 1965) was a British politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. As Prime Minister, Churchill led Britain to victory over Nazi Germany during World War II.

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