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    • Tape
      • Narrator: Alavi-Kia, Hassan
      • Biographical Note: Deputy director of the SAVAK (1957-62), & head of the European branch (1962-67). General Hassan Alavi-Kia, born in Hamadan on 12 January 1912, was deputy chief of SAVAK (1957-62/1336-41), and head of the European branch (1962-67/1341-46).
      • Gender: Male
      • Tape Number: 02
      • Pages: 25
      • Tape Length: 1
      • Language: Persian
      • Restriction: None
      • Interviewer: Habib Ladjevardi
      • Interview Date: 1983-03-01
      • Interview Location: Paris
      • Subject: Alamouti (Alamūtī), Noureddin
      • Subject: Alikhani, Ali-Naghi
      • Subject: Bakhtiar, Teimour (Gen.)
      • Subject: Barzani, Mostafa (Mustafā) (Molla)
      • Subject: Cabinet of Amini, Ali
      • Subject: Coup d’état of August 1953 (25-28th Mordad 1332)
      • Subject: Intelligence Office, Special
      • Subject: Eskandari, Iraj
      • Subject: Evin Prison
      • Subject: Fardoust, Hossein (Gen.)
      • Subject: Gharabaghi, Abbas (Gen.)
      • Subject: Gharani, Valiollah (Gen.)
      • Subject: Imperial Inspection Organization
      • Subject: Iraq
      • Subject: Kennedy, John F.
      • Subject: Kia, Haj-Ali (Gen.)
      • Subject: Moghadam, Nasser (Gen.)
      • Subject: Nassiri, Nematollah (Gen.)
      • Subject: Pakravan, Hassan (Gen.)
      • Subject: Panahian, Mahmoud
      • Subject: Police, National
      • Subject: Radmanesh, Reza
      • Subject: Rouzbeh, Khosrow (Khusraw)
      • Subject: Sabeti, Parviz
      • Subject: SAVAK
      • Subject: SAVAK, Dealing with Political Opponents by the
      • Subject: SAVAK, Members of the
      • Subject: SAVAK, Torture by the
      • Subject: Shah, Constitutionalism, Democracy & the
      • Subject: Shah, Military & the
      • Subject: Shah, Rule & Administrative Style of the
      • Subject: Shah, SAVAK & the
      • Subject: Soviet Union
      • Subject: Soviet Union, Involvement in Iran's Domestic Affairs
      • Subject: Students, Political Role of
      • Subject: Tudeh Party
      • Subject: Tudeh Party, Military Organization of the
      • Subject: Alavi-Kia, Hassan
      • Transliterated Subject: ʻAlavī-Kiyā, Ḥasan
      • Transliterated Subject: Ālamouti (Ālamūtī), Nūr al-Dīn
      • Transliterated Subject: Ālikhani, Āli-Naqī
      • Transliterated Subject: Bakhtiyār, Taymūr (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Barzānī, Muṣṭafá (Mullah)
      • Transliterated Subject: Cabinet of Amīnī, ʻAlī
      • Transliterated Subject: Coup d’état of August 1953 (25-28th Murdād 1332)
      • Transliterated Subject: Iskandarī, Īraj
      • Transliterated Subject: Ivīn Prison
      • Transliterated Subject: Fardūst, Ḥusayn (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Qarābāghī, ‘Abbās (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Qaranī, Valī Allāh (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Īrāq
      • Transliterated Subject: Kiyā, Ḥājj-ʻAlī (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Muqaddam, Nāṣir (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Nāṣirī, Niʻmat Allāh (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Pākravān, Ḥasan (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Panāhiyān, Maḥmūd
      • Transliterated Subject: Rādmanish, Riz̤ā
      • Transliterated Subject: Rūzbah, Khusraw
      • Transliterated Subject: S̤ābitī, Parvīz
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK, Dealing with Political Opponents by the
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK, Members of the
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK, Torture by the
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāh, Constitutionalism, Democracy & the
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāh, Military & the
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāh, Rule & Administrative Style of the
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāh, SĀVĀK & the
      • Transliterated Subject: Tūdah Party
      • Transliterated Subject: Tūdah Party, Military Organization of the

 This record is part of the Iranian Oral History Project collection, consisting of the digitized (text and audio) personal accounts of 134 individuals who played major roles in, or were eyewitnesses to, important political events in Iran from the 1920s to the 1980s.
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