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April, 28, 585 B.C.:
Solar Eclipse ends the Battle of Halys

The Battle of the Eclipse or Battle of Halys was fought between the Medes and the Lydians in the early 6th century BC. The result was a draw which led to both parties negotiating a peace treaty and ending a six-year war. According to Herodotus, the appearance of a solar eclipse at the time of battle... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 224 A.D.:
Ardeshir Defeats Parthian King

Ardeshir revolted against Parthian kingdom in 223. Ardoan 5 asked the king of Khuzestan to stop him. Ardeshir however took most of southern Iran by surprise and installed his own rulers in Kerman, Persis, Mesene and Susiana. Then he defeated Artabanus V's army on April, 28, 224 at Hormozgan. Before ... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 299 A.D.:
Romans and Persians Make Peace of Nisibis

The Peace of Nisibis of 299, also known as the First Peace of Nisibis, was a peace treaty signed in 299 by the Roman and Sassanian empires, and concluded the Roman-Sassanian War of 296-299. The border established as a result of the treaty was maintained until the Second Peace of Nisibis of 363. The... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 643 A.D.:
Siege and Battle of Bishapur

The Battle of Bishapur took place during the Muslim conquest of Fars, a province of Persia, in the seventh century AD. The city was taken by the Muslim Rashidun forces after a siege. *** Bishapur (Iran) Sassanid Period 2 Battle The battle ended the siege by Maja'a bin Masud's troops of the former c... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 1946 A.D.:
Pishevari Arrives In Tehran

Jafar Pishevari, the leader of the Democrat Party arrived in Tehran as the head of the Independent Azerbaijan government for negotiations with Ghavamossaltaneh on April, 28, 1946. Following a declaration signed by Ghavamossaltaneh and Ivan Sadchikov in April, 4, 1946, on Apr, 22, in a official decla... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 1951 A.D.:
Iranian Oil Industry Nationalized By Law

After half a century of exploitation of Iran's wealth, the parliament passed the bill that nationalized Iran's oil industry. After Mansour's cabinet unexpectedly resigned on June, 26, 1950, General Razmara formed his own cabinet. The regime was trying to impose an atmosphere of fear and pressure, bu... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 2014 A.D.:
UNESCO would cooperate in repair, maintenance of Persepolis

SHIRAZ, April 28 (MNA) – The incumbent Director-General of UNESCO has said the organization will participate in Persepolis repair and maintenance. Irina Bokova, who was visiting southern province of Shiraz, attended in a dinner feast by Fars provincial governor yesterday (Sunday). Bokova told th... Read Full Article:

April, 28, 2014 A.D.:
Tabas: American cemetery

Tehran, YJC. Photo called American Cemetery portrays the artist’s recreation of the Operation Eagle Claw. American Cemetery is the name of this photo. It is a retelling of the Operation Eagle Claw which was overwhelmed by sandstorm in the Iranian desert of Tabas in 1980 to become an international... Read Full Article:

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