• The Iranian Revolution
    The Iranian Revolution Iran is a country located in the Middle East. The main source of income for the country is oil, the one object that had greatly influenced its history. Iran's present government is run as an Islamic Republic. A president, cabinet, judicial branch, and Majilesor...
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  • The Roots of Islamic Revolution in Iran
    ROOTS OF IRANIAN REVOLUTION at 1979 Nail KAYAPINAR The objective of this paper is realize the main reasons of the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979 and see what is changed by revolution. In 1979, a drastic change has been occurred in Iran. It was a revolution in the true sense of the concept for...
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  • The Hostage Crisis
    4, 1979 to January 20, 1981, after a group of Islamic students and militants took over the Embassy of the United States in support of the Iranian Revolution. Sixty-six Americans were taken captive when Iranian militants seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran on November 4, 1979, including three who were at...
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  • College Athletes
    “weakness” of the Safavid and Qajar Dynasties? * How did European imperialism contribute to Iran’s Constitutional Revolution (1905-06) and what kind of government was produced by this “revolution”? * Reza Khan: How did he establish the Pahlavi Dynasty in 1925 and in what important way did it differ from...
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  • Ronald Reagan: Revolution/Regress
    2011 Ronald Reagan: Revolution/Regress Revolutions Why revolution? 1970s: stagflation OPEC 1973 Organization Petroleum exporting companies fuel became more expensive big cars in the 70s gas guzzlers “Energy crisis” Iran Hostage Crisis 1979 Leader named Shah Carter gave Shah sanctuary, Iranian...
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  • vocab
    Dhimmis Abbasid Battle on the River Zab Baghdad Ch 7 Vocab al-Mahadi Harun al-Rashid Buyids Seljuk Turks crusades Saladin Ibn Khaldun Rubiyat Shah-Nama Sa'di al-Razi al-Biruni Ulama al-Ghazali Sufis Mongols Chinggis Khan Arabic numerals Harsha Qutb-ud-din Aibak Sati Bhaktic cults ...
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  • Green Revolution
    Home > Library> Miscellaneous > Columbia Encyclopedia *Green Revolution,* term referring mainly to dramatic increases in cereal-grain yields in many developing countries beginning in the late 1960s, due largely to use of genetically improved varieties. Beginning in the mid-1940s in Mexico...
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  • poverty
    beginning of the 1900s. 典he number of people who were living off $1 a day has moved up to $1.25 a day(Shah, 2011). 的n 1981, the estimated number of the poor increased 1.5 billion to 1.9 billion(Shah, 2011). It 1988, it dropped to 1.4 billion. The persistence of poverty also depends strongly on individual...
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  • Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Mohammad Reza Shah ascended the throne on September 16, 1941, when he was a few weeks short of his twenty-second birthday (October 26). At the time of the golden jubilee of the Pahlavi dynasty he had ruled for thirty-five years, thus more than doubling the period during which...
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  • Satrapi's Penstroke
    youth during the Iranian Revolution in 1969. As a graphic novel, Satrapi accompanies her text with images, drawn in a simplistic fashion in the comic book format. This is very effective in displaying her perception of Iran during the time of the revolution. The black-on-white drawings depict scenes...
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  • Amul “a Forgotten Saga”
    mascot “Amul baby” [a chubby butter girl with ponytail and polka dots dress]. But the history, the background, the growth is the story of India’s white revolution; finally given the name “AMUL” is known to very less. The success story of “AMUL” is actually a prime example for the upcoming entrepreneurs....
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  • Essay
    elections (Africans could not vote) of their Nationalist Party in 1948. A vast system of laws was passed to create apartheid, a system designed to ensure white domination of political power and economic resources. All aspects of living were segregated. 7.) Governments and politics in the ex-colonial states...
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  • Study Guide Perse
    of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, the overthrow of the Shah, and the resulting Iran-Iraq War. The book is drawn in a stark black and white style and is told from the perspective of Satrapi's childhood self. The book's themes deal with the moral ambiguities of the Iranian Revolution, the dissonance between...
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  • Iran's Nuclear Program
    [2] and OPEC(Organization of the Petroleum Exporting) [3]. In 1925, Reza Khan became Shah and initiated industrialization, railroad construction, and the establishment of a national education system. Reza Shah sought to balance Russian and British influence, but when World War II started, his nascent...
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  • Imperialism Essay
    have been colonizing other civilizations for centuries but the concept of nation building took a new turn because of Industrial Revolution. As a result of Industrial Revolution, there was an increase need for European industrialized nations to obtain additional raw materials, and resources. Additionally...
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  • Road Safety
    Green Revolution refers to a series of research, development, and technology transfer initiatives, occurring between 1943 and the late 1970s, that increased industrialized agriculture production in India. The initiatives involved the development of high-yielding varieties of cereal grains, expansion...
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  • Khomeini
    Ruhollah Khomeini lived in a semi-arid area of central Iran. It was 200 kilometers to the north-west of Isfahan which was the capital of the Safavid Shahs, and 40 kilometers south of the city of Sultanabad-Arak. It was a large village with a population of about 2,000 people divided into 800 households...
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  • Persepolis
    language , objects and clothing etc.. .In Persepolis Satrapi has made it different than any other graphic novels , she made no colours only black and white and this is a symbol of something that happened in the past . 4- Satrapi choose to write Persepolis in form of a graphic...
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  • Persepolis
    living in Tehran, Iran with her parents in the year 1978. At this time, the country was under the Iranian revolution where the Iranian people wanted to overthrow the monarchy. This happened under the Shah, Mohammad Reza and then was replaced by the Islamic Fundamentalist government. The nation was under chaos...
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  • Dairy Animal Sector - Retrospect and Prospect
    yield of animals which is far below their potential. 6. Policy Implications The foregoing analysis revealed that since the advent of while revolution preference for dairy animals is on rise at the cost of work animals. Furthermore, slow but steady rise is witnessed in almost all the parameters...
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