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January, 4, 1979 A.D.:
Guadeloupe Conference On Iran

The Guadeloupe Conference attended by heads of four Western powers; U.S., UK, France and West Germany, was held in the first week of January 1979 on the island of Guadeloupe. Their agenda concerned world issues and the political crisis in Iran, where a popular revolutionary upsurge was about to top... Read Full Article:

January, 6, 1979 A.D.:
Bakhtiar Becomes Prime Minister

Shapour Bakhtiar was Mohammad Reza Shah's last Prime Minister. He took several measures to appeal to the opposition movement such as ending restrictions on the press, freeing political prisoners, dissolution of SAVAK, and lifting martial law. He promised free elections, and ordered withdrawal from ... Read Full Article:

January, 12, 1979 A.D.:
Council Of The Islamic Revolution Founded

(Wikipedia) - The Council of the Islamic Revolution was a group formed by Ayatollah Khomeini on 12 January 1979, shortly before he returned to Iran. Over the next few months the council issued hundreds of rulings and laws, dealing with everything from nationalization to salaries. Its existence was k... Read Full Article:

January, 12, 1979 A.D.:
Declassified: Washington’s hesitant plans for a military coup in pre-revolution Iran | World news | The Guardian

Iran Tehran Bureau Declassified diplomacy: Washington’s hesitant plans for a military coup in pre-revolution Iran New documents about General Huyser’s secret mission to Iran reveal US plans after the shah’s departure Read Full Article:

January, 16, 1979 A.D.:
Shah Flees To Egypt

The last Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi left Iran with his wife and family for Aswan in Egypt on Jan, 16, 1979. Public demonstration in almost all Iranian cities could no more be silenced by military force and Shah was afraid of a coup against himself and was hoping that after his departure a C... Read Full Article:

January, 16, 1979 A.D.:
From the Archives: The Shah Leaves Iran for the Last Time

The pro-Western went into exile in January 16, 1979 ending a nearly four-decade reign and leading to a revolution that installed an Islamic republic in Iran, Tehran: On January 16, 1979, Iran's pro-Western Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi went into exile, ending 2,500 years of monarchy. It was the end of... Read Full Article:

January, 17, 1979 A.D.:
Frenzied rejoicing in Iran as Shah leaves

17 January 1979: Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini announces that he plans to set up a provisional government leading to an Islamic Republic *** Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Empress Farah at Mehrabad Airport, Tehran, 16 January 1979. Photograph: AP Martin Woollacott in Tehran Thu 17 Jan 2019 05.30 GMT ... Read Full Article:

January, 24, 1979 A.D.:
Military Occupation Of Mehrabad Airport

Military occupation of the Mehrabad Airport took place on January 24, 1979 by an order from PM Shapour Bakhtiar. It was the last move from Pahlavi regime in order to prevent Imam Khomeini from flying to Tehran. Bakhtiar took several measures designed to appeal to elements in the opposition movemen... Read Full Article:

February, 1, 1979 A.D.:
Ayatollah Khomeini Arrives In Tehran

An important milestone in actualization of the Islamic Revolution was Ayatollah Khomeini's return from exile on this day, Feb, 1, 1979. He arrived at the Mehrabad Airport of Tehran at 9:33 am on Air France. Accompanied by thousands of enthusiastic supporters, he went directly to Behesht Zahra Cemete... Read Full Article:

February, 3, 1979 A.D.:
American General Leaves Tehran

General Robert E. Huyser a special envoy from Jimmy Carter left Tehran for Washington. His mission was to help the Iranian army take control of the civil uprising in Iran. Of Dutch origin Huyser was a US air force general who published the book Mission to Tehran before he died of heart attack in 199... Read Full Article:

February, 5, 1979 A.D.:
Bazargan Becomes Prime Minister

On Feb, 5, 1979, Mehdi Bazargan was appointed by Ayatollah Khomeini as the revolutionary prime minister to form the interim government. At the same time Shapour Bakhtiar who was still claiming power, was the last prime minister appointed by Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi; thus Iran had two prime ministe... Read Full Article:

February, 14, 1979 A.D.:
CFK Occupation Of US Embassy

Only three days after the Iranian Revolution, on Feb, 14, 1979 a group of CFK armed militants took control of the US embassy in Tehran facing little resistance. After a brief clash with the US Marines guarding the embassy, the compound was under control of the CFK. The United States was seen as Iran... Read Full Article:

February, 19, 1979 A.D.:
Iran Sides With Palestinians Against Israel

One of the most determining dates in contemporary Iranian history is today when during a ceremony Yasser Arafat, the leader of the PLO inaugurated the Palestine embassy in Tehran. The building allocated for this purpose was the embassy of Israel. Ahmad, Ayatollah Khomeini's son represented his fathe... Read Full Article:

March, 26, 1979 A.D.:
Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty

The Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty (Arabic: معاهدة السلام المصرية الإسرائيلية‎, Mu`āhadat as-Salām al-Misrīyah al-'Isrā'īlīyah; Hebrew: הסכם השלום בין ישראל למצרים‎, Heskem HaShalom Bein Yisrael LeMitzrayim) was signed in Washington, D.C., ... Read Full Article:

April, 1, 1979 A.D.:
Referandum From Monarchy To Republic

On April, 1st, 1979, after a referendum that took place on two consequent days (March, 30th and March 31st), a great majority of Iranians voted for a change of regime from Monarchy to Islamic Republic. According to published records in this referendum 20,288,000 people voted "Yes" and 241,000 people... Read Full Article:

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