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March, 5, 1967 A.D.:
Mosaddegh Dies In Confinement

Britain abused Iranian prodigious oil fields for many years. That all changed in 1951 when Iranians nationalized the oil industry under Mosaddegh leadership. Mosaddegh was a true nationalist who really believed in democracy, human rights and freedom and he wished all the best for Iranians. Although ... Read Full Article:

March, 20, 1967 A.D.:
National Iranian Television Inaugurated

The first Television transmitter was installed in Tehran on Oct, 25, 1958 and the date is known as the day TV broadcasts started. The Iranian TV was a privately owned company broadcasting programs for only four hours per day. In the summer of 1966, after installation of several transmitters nation... Read Full Article:

May, 14, 1967 A.D.:
Iran National Paykan Factory Inaugurated

Iran National was founded by Ahmad Khayami, with registered in the capital of 100,000,000 Rls, on August 29, 1962 Aliakbar Khayami, Ahmad Khayami, Mahmoud Khayami, Marzieh Khayami and Zahra Seyedy Dashty, in Ekbatan world in Tehran. The Paykan (Persian: پيکان‎ meaning Arrow) was the first Ir... Read Full Article:

June, 2, 1967 A.D.:
50 years ago: How the Shah of Iran′s visit impacted German history

On June 2, 1967, student Benno Ohnesorg was killed during protests against the visit of the Iranian Shah. Historian Eckard Michels analyzed the events in his new book. The German student movement of the late 1960s is generally remembered for the intensive protests of 1968. Yet the year 1967 was als... Read Full Article:

June, 2, 1967 A.D.:
Shah Visits Germany: Student Shot Dead

On June, 2, 1967 Mohammad Reza Shah visited West Berlin. The first days of his visit to West Germany went as planned. Shah was received by the political and economic elite, Germany’s credits to Iran were enlarged and the reports about the Shah in the papers were friendly. Especially the yellow pr... Read Full Article:

August, 31, 1967 A.D.:
ِDeath of Samad Behrangi

Samad Behrangi drowned in the Aras River on 31, August 1967. Samad Behrangi (Persian: صمد بهرنگی‎, Azerbaijani: صمد بهرنگی, Səməd Behrəngi, ; June 24, 1939 - August 31, 1967) was an Iranian teacher, social critic, folklorist, translator, and short story writer of Azeri extract... Read Full Article:

September, 11, 1967 A.D.:
First Opening of Shiraz Arts Festival

(Wikipedia) - The Shiraz Arts Festival was inaugurated by Queen Farah Pahlavi on Sep, 11, 1967. The Shiraz-Persepolis Festival of Arts was an arts festival held annually from 1967 to 1977 in Shiraz sponsored by National Iranian Radio & Television. The festival included music, dance and theater, perf... Read Full Article:

October, 26, 1967 A.D.:
Mohammad Reza Crowns Himself

On his 47th birthday, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi crowns himself after 26 years of reign. It's not clear what his purpose was. Most likely, he wanted to introduce his son from Queen Farah Pahlavi as the crown prince. The coronation ceremony was an expensive one. World's most famous jewelers from France an... Read Full Article:

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