History

General Mohammad Amir Khatami who was the commander

Arteshbod Mohammad Amir Khatami (1920 – 1975) was the commander of the persian air force, advisor to Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and the second husband of Fatimeh Pahlavi, half-sister of the Shah.Khatami was born in Rasht in 1920.

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Alinaghi alikhani whi was Minister of Economy in the 1940s

Alinaghi Alichani wurde am 21. Januar 1929 in Chamseh, einer kleinen Stadt in der Nähe von Abhar geboren. Sein Vater verwaltete die königlichen Güter, die in der Nähe der Stadt gelegen waren.

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Farrokhroo Parsa who was the first minister in homeland

Farrokhroo Parsa (1922 – 1980) was a physician, educator and parliamentarian.She served as Minister of Education of homeland under Amir Abbas Hoveida and was the first female cabinet minister of a persian government

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Different photos of artists before the revolution

The Cinema of homeland, also known as the Cinema of Persia, refers to the cinema and film industries in homeland which produce a variety of commercial films annually. persian art films have garnered international fame and now enjoy a global following.persian films are usually written and spoken in the Persian language. Iranian cinema has had many ups and downs.

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Khalil oghab who is father of the persian circus

Khalil Oghab was born in Shiraz in 1924. During his younger years he was active in Varzesh’e Bastani and subsequently became involved in strongman shows. He was the founder of the first strongman show in homeland that charged an admission and included other acts such as music, acrobatics and animal tricks.

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Ahmad reza pahlavi who was fifth child of Reza Shah

Ahmad Reza Pahlavi was a member of Pahlavi dynasty. He was a brother of the latest shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. He was married with Parisa Mokhtari. Daughter of a high officer in the persian Army. Ahmad Reza Pahlavi died in 1981 in Paris.

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Romanian couple restaurant in capital

On 16 December 1944, Germany made a last attempt on the Western Front by using most of its remaining reserves to launch a massive counter-offensive in the Ardennes and along with the French-German border to split the Western Allies, encircle large portions of Western Allied troops and capture their primary supply port at Antwerp to prompt a political settlement.

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Kish Island opening

Kish Island has been mentioned in history variously as Kamtina, Arakia (Ancient Greek: Αρακία), Arakata, and Ghiss. Kish Island’s strategic geographic location served as a way-station and link for the ancient Assyrian and Elamite civilizations when their sailboats navigated from Susa through the Karun River into the Persian Gulf along the southern coastline, passing Kish, Qeshm, and Hormoz islands.

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Nusrat Bhutto who was Binazir Bhutto’s mother

Begum Nusrat Bhutto (1929 – 2011) was a public figure who served as Spouse of the Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1971 until the 1977 coup, and as a senior member of the federal cabinet between 1988 and 1990.Born in Isfahan to a family of Kurdish descent, the family had settled in Bombay before moving to Karachi after the Partition …

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