No. 424    |    8 January 2020
   

Memories of a Few Operations

Biography of Mohajer Eshgh*

Mohajer Eshgh is the biography of Shahid Hamid Ramezani which is published by Surah Mehr Publications on November 14, 2019. Alireza Maserati, the author of book and a fellow warrior of Shahid Ramezani, puts it in the foreword: "A new chapter has emerged in the thick book of history, which is very mystical. Only those who realized that the life is not more than dying without the beloved, made their mind to ...

Three hundred and ninth memory night-1

Memories of Mosul Camp

According to the Iranian Oral History Site, the 309th Memory Night of the Holy Defense was held on Thursday, 26 December 2019 at the Surah Mehr Art Hall. In this program Abdul Rahim Farrokh Sohrab, Sayyed Yahya Rahim Safavi and Fathullah Jafari recounted their memories of the captivity and the victory of Operation Faw and Karbala 5. At the beginning of the 309th Memory Night of the Holy Defense, a short video ...

The 2nd part of the “12th Conference on Iranian Oral History”

Slumber of organizations active in war in area of oral history

In an article titled “Oral History of War Department of Ministries and Headquarters of Supporting Front in State Organizations; Policies and Approaches”, Peimaneh Salehi has concluded that in general, we have no organization whose activities in the field of supporting the fronts are released or the topics are presented both through written resources and through oral history in a concentrated way. There are still many areas in popular narrations and the ...

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Thirsty Sands (Part 23)

Jafar Rabiei

Design: Ali Vaziri

First published in 1991

Publishing House, Islamic Propagation Organization

Printed at the Aryan

 

From the movement of his eyes and slow movement of his body and manner of speaking it was clear that he had drunk too much. The drunk major called the guard in charge of our Oate and said, “Tell me of their crimes”, the sergeant immediately took out a piece of paper and reading out names aloud said they acted contrary to the regulation of the Iraqi Army.


 
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