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The first Iranian movie, dokhtar-e Lor 1933.



Iranian movie Hossein-Kord 1960.



Mahasti, Singer



Googoosh, Singer






Women musicians, 19th century



19th century, Dancing girl, Iran


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The Pahlavi coat of arm, Amol


Iranian Airways 1944.


Iran Air


  Iranian Imperial Navy's first women cadets in 1976.



These are the first members of Kanoon Banovaan Iran (Iranian Women's Association).




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1920, unveiling of women

Tricycling


train in Tehran


1800, train in Tehran, (Mashin-doodi)

1936, busses in Iran

1957, Baharestan square, Tehran


 Vanak, Tehran early 1920s.

Abadan, Alfi square

Abadan, Shahpur Street at Arvand-rud



Chaloos Road, 1974

1967, Iranian pavillion in Montreal expo, Canada

Inside the Iranian pavillion
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95% of the pics dont work.
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Wonderful pictures dear, thanks alot for sharing them.


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Originally posted by prsn41ife prsn41ife wrote:

95% of the pics dont work.

All of them working well enough with me.



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Surely Iran was better before the revolution.
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No, don't let the p[icyures fool you, much of the country was in abject poverty and literacy was only 40% (94% today) - what can be said however, is that Iran would have been ina  much better condition today had the revolution not happened or Mohammad Reza was man enough to suppress it when tis ugly head first reared.  His cowardly nature was an insult to his father's memory.

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how could you let mollahs gain power? 
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Originally posted by Zagros Zagros wrote:

No, don't let the p[icyures fool you, much of the country was in abject poverty and literacy was only 40% (94% today)

Do you think it is directly related to the type of government?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Land of Aryan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14-Mar-2006 at 14:49
Originally posted by Zagros Zagros wrote:

No, don't let the p[icyures fool you, much of the country was in abject poverty and literacy was only 40% (94% today)

no, I disagree, I don;t say everything was ok,
& so Shah wasn;t man enough.
but conditions were better than now.

& it was 30 years ago, it was going to better situation.
I didn't see that time, but I heard & read about it.
I guessed on that time or distance from europe was less than 50 years
but now, more than 200 years, we are living in Medieval age

az har ki miporsi chera enghelab shod, mige melat khoshi zade bod zire deleshom!



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Originally posted by erci erci wrote:

how could you let mollahs gain power? 

Because we believed their lies and they also took power by force, they killed or imprisoned all other parties.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Cyprus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-Mar-2006 at 06:40
Originally posted by barish barish wrote:

Surely Iran was better before the revolution.


so why was the revolution - why the revolution happened - if Iran was better?
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3rd post: http://www.allempires.com/forum/...tudeh&PN=0&TPN=9

Cyprus, it's much more complicated than that. these (revolutions) is not like reading a novel... you wouldn't understand it unless you lived it.
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All i know is that the revolution was the biggest mistake in Iranian history.
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maybe the second biggest, Shayan, after the Persians' acceptance of Islam 1400 years ago.
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jup together with  the acceptance  (almost without  a fight  i  always  was told that shiraz was the only  city  that  fought back).
But thats kinda of topic.
Googoosh is still the diva i love her music, specially her new CD Manifest.
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I went to Googosh concert few yrs back here in Canada.  she was incredible and still so beautiful; its funny cuz the first thing she did before singing was to proudly display her Iranian passport and the fact that she travelled the world proudly as an iranian and not as a dissident/refugee as many Iranians have done in the past(unfortunately, there where a group of Iranians protesting outside the Music hall against the government of Iran- they were such a buzz kill, harrasing the more than 20,000 spectators who came to see Madame Googoosh-it was innapropriate)  Anyhow, I think Iran was developing at a much faster rate prior to the revolution.  The revolution seems to have stagnated the country and holding it back.  If it didnt happen, Iran would probably be a true regional power, pulling in surrounding countries with its economic & cultural forces(Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Caucasus and central asia), possibly even serving a stabilizing role in the region and most likely would have been the strongest Islamic country in the world today.what an irony?(Iraannnyy)

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aziz barada land of aryans:

hale shoma chetor ast? Do you mind to post some pictures of modern Iran? Kheli-mamnoon.
 
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