Pictures of Iranian Birth certificates that belong to men born in 1942. These pictures are collected and used by Iranian artist Najaf Shokri in an art project titled “Documentation of Iranian Men, born in 1942”.
“A pocket guide to Iran” was a booklet published by U.S. War Department in 1943. It aimed to inform the U.S. military, who were present in Iran at the time, about the basics of the Iranian culture, history, and geography.
In the last years of the Iran/Iraq war, at the time of the battle of the cities, chemical bombardments had become a daily occurrence at the front. There was fear that Tehran would come under chemical attack.
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