A collection of propaganda posters, published by the British during the World War II, in Persian for distribution in Iran. The posters’s dimensions are about 76cm X 50cm. These posters are preserved in Imperial War Museums.
Akhbar magazine (meaning “News”) was a monthly magazine published by the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in Iran.
These pages are from issues number 5 and 6, published in May and June of 1980 and have been provided by Mehrdad Kashani.
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