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June 13 2018


i12bent: Ernesto “Che” Guevara - June 14, 1928 - 1967 - the most famous and romanticized revolutionary to ever motorcycle across the surface of the planet…

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April 25 2018


mahmoud-sadeq: “Talk to me about revolution and freedom and the struggle, then kiss me.”

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April 08 2018

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YouTube: Iran Before 1979

“This video (I created) reflects Iran during the time of the Shah when it was a modern, socially free, and a progressive nation with a blend of western and traditional values which made it a gem in Eurasia. These are a selection of photos from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.”

I know there are various views on Iran’s politics in the time of Shah - but the culture of Iran during his era is quite fascinating, without doubt. Must see!

February 08 2018

Tags: Revolution
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December 26 2017


historicaltimes: Women protesting forced Hijab days after the revolution, Iran, 1979.

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March 03 2017


historicaltimes: Iranian women rebel against the 1979 hijab law. This was the last day women were able to walk the streets of Tehran with their heads uncovered

February 18 2017


farsizaban: Iran leftists promoting their ideology with books during the days leading up to the 1979 Iranian revolution

June 23 2015


March 19 2015

  • Anonymous asked:

    You don't support the pahlavi's do you?

  • thedailypersian answered:

    Ehhh I nothing them. Politically. Well maybe more than nothing, the shah made some moronic, dumb choices. His foreign policy was NOT good and his internal policy served only a portion of the population. I mean he came to power when he was 18 surrounded by yes people and being literally told what to do by the U.S. and UK. I’m surprised he didn’t figure out he probably shouldn’t take orders from the governments that JUST exiled his father…. Very odd … But anyway although in the end he started to change, it was too little too late.

    As people, particularly Farah, I feel sorry for them. Hatred from their fellow Iranians, Exiled , then their dad/husband dies in a bad way, then a daughter kills herself, then a son… I don’t know how she’s functioning. She’s just a frail old lady. She should be able to die at peace in her homeland. But obviously the government still finds her a threat 40 years later, or at least her symbolism…

    In terms of me reblogging stuff well you can’t deny they look cool. Well dressed and glamorous, aesthetically pleasing. They look good on my blog lol. And I can’t deny their existence in history. That period of time fascinates me.

March 15 2015


March 01 2015


1979 - young Iranians celebrate the removal of the Shah (via beautyofiran.tumblr.com)

February 12 2015


photoset via farsizaban.tumblr.com

“Today, on ‘Revolution Day’, or the anniversary of the establishment of the Islamic Republic government of Iran, let us not celebrate the Iranian government. Instead, let’s condemn it for its tyranny, and let’s celebrate the revolution that is ongoing within Iran. The real revolution. The people’s revolution.”hummusapiens (Feb. 11 2015)

November 03 2014


July 03 2014

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