No. 484    |    13 April 2021
   

March 2021 News

According to the Iranian Oral History Website, "Month News" is the title of a series of reports on this site. These reports take a look at the news related to the topic of the website in print and virtual media. In the following, March 2021 news can be read: In the presence of the Managing Director of the Iranian Book and Literature House, the director of the Research Institute of Contemporary History, the secretary, the winners, ...

Memoirs of Dr. Mohammad Javad Asayesh

Oral historiography and history are among the most effective methods of historiography and the discovery and recording of historical events. Memoir-writing has a special place in showing the developments of history because of its attractiveness and because it expresses the narrators observations without intermediaries Many of the facts of contemporary Iranian history from the 150-year Qajar era and even before that is due to the memoirs of writers and narrators who witnessed the developments themselves and wrote their observations.

Memoirs of Ayatollah Mostajabi

Ayatollah Seyed Morteza Mostajab al-Davati, popularly known as “Mostajabi”, the son of Haj Seyed Asadollah Mostajab al-Davati and grandson of Ayatollah Seyed Abolhasan Sadr Ameli was born in 1302 AH (1924). Due to his family relationship with the Sadr family, he had a close and intimate relationship with Imam Musa Sadr from a young age. Therefore, any researcher who wants to study about the dignitaries of the Sadr family, it is worthwhile to refer to him for gaining information.

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SABAH (55)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019

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In the afternoon, Shahnaz and I went to Taleghani hospital to visit our father but the nurses informed us that he has been transferred to Opidey hospital. We went there. We saw Reza Alboughabish in the hospital.

 

 
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