History


09/10/2018

Soviet Plans for Baba Gurgur

Henry D. Astarjian With Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech, which marked the inception of the cold war, Soviet propaganda in the world and in the Middle East […]
09/10/2018

The Local Vandals Destroy Another Piece of Kurdish History

Tagheh Farhad or Rawansar tomb is a rock tomb near the small town of Ravansar (Kurdish: Rewanser) 57 km north-west of Kermanshah (Kurdish: Kirmansha) in May […]
09/10/2018

Watery graves

Gaziantep, Turkey, The Economist, April 29th 2009 When Turkey’s Birecik dam begins filling up at the end of the month, thousands of archaeological treasures are likely […]
09/10/2018

Kurdistan Mission (VIII)

Kurdistan Mission, is a documentary series on the activities of the “Lutheran Orient Mission Society” in Sablax (Mahabad) and its environs in Iranian Kurdistan between 1911-1936. […]