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Books on the History of Iran


Iran has a very long history. The range of Mage’s publications on Persian history is also long and goes from an sixteen-page fold out that covers the landmarks of Persian history from ancient times to the arrival of the Islamic Republic of Iran: From Ancient Persia to Modern Iran, to large volumes about the Iranian history of  agriculture; the history of theater; history of public health; a history of the Persian Gulf; history of wine, tobacco and narcotics in Iran; Napoleon and Iran; a biography of Nasir al-din Shah; a biography of Amir Abbas Hoveyda; the memoirs of C. J. Wills: In the Land of the Lion and Sun; the writing of two great Western figures in the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1906: Edward Browne and Morgan Shuster (The Strangling of Persia); an analysis of Persian prose writing in a historical context.

Mage also has books of more contemporary interdisciplinary memoirs and writings such as A Man of Many Worlds; Inside Iran: Women’s Lives, and The Films of Mohsen Makhmalbaf: Cinema, Politics and Culture in Iran.

At a time when Iran's destiny is in the hands of every Iranian--and indeed every conscious citizen of the world--we publish history books about Iran for insight and inspiration to those who dream of a free Iran in a free world one day.