A photographic chronology of the Iranian revolution, covers sixty-four days: from the beginning of the large anti-Shah demonstrations in Tehran on December 10, 1978, to the withdrawal of the Iranian military on February 11, 1979. It captures the joys and uncertainties of the people as they move from the massive Tasu’a and Ashura demonstrations to the joyous celebrations of the Shah’s departure finally to the the revolution’s victory. The book is comprised of 135 photographs by Bahman Jalali, who is best known for his Iran-Iraq war photography, along with sixteen by his wife Rana Javadi, a photographer in her own right, and a handful of others.
Published by Spector Books, 2021. Small square 4to in wraps as issued. 120 pages with 153 photographs. Text in both Persian and English. New copy.