News ID: 187835
Publish Date: 18 December 2008 - 13:07
“Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? Releases:
TEHRAN, (SCIB) - The third volume of “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? will be published by Memories Department of “Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? in the near future.

According to the report of Navideshahed as quoting IBNA, Ali-asghar Mousavi, Director of library of “Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? and one of the researchers of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? said: “Collecting required information for compiling this book lasted four years. And we used documents, magazines and newspapers related to that period of time.”?
He further said: “In the third volume of “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”?, the events of the years after the victory of Islamic Revolution have been reviewed and discussed.”?
Gholam-reza Karbaschi, Director of “Memories Department”? of “Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? has written in parts of the introductory of two published volumes as follows: “In the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”?, with the subject of calendar of events of Iran and Islamic Revolution, the news regarding every event has been written without commentaries and analyses. The events of Islamic Revolution of Iran have been collected and written in this book as a calendar since demise of Ayatollah Boroujerdi till Khordad (May-June) 1358 (1979-1980).”?
The first volume of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? contains the calendar of events since Farvardin (March-April) Month in 1339 (1960) till Esfand (February-March) Moth in 1351 (1974). This book has been published in 591 pages, with the circulation of 5,000 copies and in “Vaziri”? size (17*24.5 CM).
And the second volume of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? contains the calendar of events since Farvardin (March-April) Month in 1353 (1974) till Bahman (January-February) Month in 1357 (1979). This book has been published in 554 pages, with the circulation of 5,000 copies and in the “Vaziri size (17*24.5 CM). These two volumes of the book were published in 1371 (1992-1993) for the first time.

According to the report of Navideshahed as quoting IBNA, Ali-asghar Mousavi, Director of library of “Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? and one of the researchers of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? said: “Collecting required information for compiling this book lasted four years. And we used documents, magazines and newspapers related to that period of time.”? He further said: “In the third volume of “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”?, the events of the years after the victory of Islamic Revolution have been reviewed and discussed.”? Gholam-reza Karbaschi, Director of “Memories Department”? of “Foundation of Islamic Revolution History”? has written in parts of the introductory of two published volumes as follows: “In the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”?, with the subject of calendar of events of Iran and Islamic Revolution, the news regarding every event has been written without commentaries and analyses. The events of Islamic Revolution of Iran have been collected and written in this book as a calendar since demise of Ayatollah Boroujerdi till Khordad (May-June) 1358 (1979-1980).”? The first volume of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? contains the calendar of events since Farvardin (March-April) Month in 1339 (1960) till Esfand (February-March) Moth in 1351 (1974). This book has been published in 591 pages, with the circulation of 5,000 copies and in “Vaziri”? size (17*24.5 CM). And the second volume of the Book “Seven Thousand Days, History of Iran and Islamic Revolution”? contains the calendar of events since Farvardin (March-April) Month in 1353 (1974) till Bahman (January-February) Month in 1357 (1979). This book has been published in 554 pages, with the circulation of 5,000 copies and in the “Vaziri size (17*24.5 CM). These two volumes of the book were published in 1371 (1992-1993) for the first time.
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