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    • Tape
      • Narrator: Hashemi, Manouchehr
      • Biographical Note: Head of the provincial offices of SAVAK in Fars and Khorasan provinces, and later head of its anti-espionage department.
      • Gender: Male
      • Tape Number: 07
      • Pages: 19
      • Tape Length: 1
      • Language: Persian
      • Restriction: None
      • Interviewer: Shahrokh Meskoob
      • Interview Date: 1985-05-02
      • Interview Location: London
      • Subject: Agrarian Reform, Opposition to
      • Subject: Arsanjani, Hassan
      • Subject: Aryana, Bahram (Gen.)
      • Subject: Bazaar
      • Subject: Clergy, Government & the
      • Subject: Clergy, Political Role of the
      • Subject: Clergy, Popularity of the
      • Subject: SAVAK, Counterintelligence Department of
      • Subject: Dastgheib, Abdolhossein (Ayatollah)
      • Subject: Fars Province
      • Subject: Fifteenth of Khordad 1342 Uprising
      • Subject: Kafaii, Ahmad (Ayatollah)
      • Subject: Kashkouli, Sohrab
      • Subject: Kayhan Newspaper
      • Subject: Khorasan Province
      • Subject: Kiani, Vali
      • Subject: Milani, Hadi (Ayatollah)
      • Subject: Mogharrabi, Ahmad (Gen.)
      • Subject: Mossadegh, Mohammad, Supporters of
      • Subject: National Front
      • Subject: National Front, the Second
      • Subject: Pakravan, Hassan (Gen.)
      • Subject: Ghomi, Hassan (Ayatollah Haj)
      • Subject: Riahi, Esmail (Gen.)
      • Subject: Rostam, Hossein-Gholi
      • Subject: Sabzevari, Hassan (Ayatollah Haj)
      • Subject: SAVAK
      • Subject: Shah, Clergy & the
      • Subject: Shahbazi, Habibollah
      • Subject: Shahroudi, Mahmoud (Ayatollah Haj Seyyed)
      • Subject: Shariatmadari, Mohammad-Kazem (Ayatollah)
      • Subject: Shiraz
      • Subject: Soviet Union, Intelligence Gathering in Iran
      • Subject: Tribes
      • Subject: Tudeh Party
      • Subject: Universities
      • Subject: University Faculty, Dissatisfaction of
      • Subject: Varahram, Karim (Gen.)
      • Subject: Hashemi, Manouchehr
      • Transliterated Subject: Hāshimī, Manūchihr
      • Transliterated Subject: Arsanjānī, Ḥasan
      • Transliterated Subject: Āryānā, Bahrām (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK, Counterintelligence Department of
      • Transliterated Subject: Dastghayb, ‘Abd al-Ḥusayn (Āyat Allāh)
      • Transliterated Subject: Fārs Province
      • Transliterated Subject: Fifteenth of Khurdād 1342 Uprising
      • Transliterated Subject: Kafāʾī, Aḥmad (Āyat Allāh)
      • Transliterated Subject: Kashkūlī, Suhrāb
      • Transliterated Subject: Kayhān Newspaper
      • Transliterated Subject: Khurāsān Province
      • Transliterated Subject: Kiyānī, Valī
      • Transliterated Subject: Mīlānī, Hādī (Āyat Allāh)
      • Transliterated Subject: Muqarribī, Aḥmad (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Mūṣaddiq, Mūḥammad, Supporters of
      • Transliterated Subject: Pākravān, Ḥasan (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Qumī, Ḥasan (Āyat Allāh Ḥājj)
      • Transliterated Subject: Riyāḥī, Ismāʻīl (Gen.)
      • Transliterated Subject: Rustam, Ḥusayn-Qulī
      • Transliterated Subject: Sabzvārī, Ḥasan (Āyat Allāh Ḥājj)
      • Transliterated Subject: SĀVĀK
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāh, Clergy & the
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāhbāzī, Ḥabīb Allāh
      • Transliterated Subject: Shāhrūdī, Maḥmūd (Āyat Allāh Ḥājj Sayyid)
      • Transliterated Subject: Sharīʻatmadārī, Muḥammad-Kāẓim (Āyat Allāh)
      • Transliterated Subject: Shīrāz
      • Transliterated Subject: Tūdah Party
      • Transliterated Subject: Varahrām, Karīm (Gen.)

 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.
Tue Sep 23 02:17:33 EDT 2014