|Books on Iran-Iraq war unveiled at Tehran museum||
TEHRAN -- Ten books on the theme of the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war were unveiled Wednesday evening during a ceremony at the Hoveyzeh Hall of the Sacred Defense Garden Museum in Tehran.
The books were published by the Foundation for the Preservation and Publication of Sacred Defense Works and Values over the past year.
Five books from the collection were written by children’s authors, the director of the foundation, Ebrahim Golfam, said during the ceremony.
The books include “Saeid and Helping Others” by Mostafa Mokhtari, “Susangerd’s Children” and “Amir-Ali and Winged Letters” by Hassan Seifi, “Heavenly Stars and Earthly Stars” by Mostafa Mokhtari and “The Little Newsboy” by Mojgan Mozaffari.
The other books are “Asadollah Khan’s Garden” by Mohammad-Hassan Sadeqzadeh, “Forgotten” by Mansur Bustani, “Arvand” and “The Persian Gulf” by Mojtaba Nikrahi, and “The Statue of Resistance” by Shadab Asgari.
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