Timeline of the Iranian Revolution

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This article is a timeline of events relevant to the Islamic Revolution in Iran . For earlier events refer to Pahlavi dynasty and for later ones refer to History of the Islamic Republic of Iran. This article doesn't include the reasons of the events and further information is available in Islamic revolution of Iran.

Contents

1941

1953

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1970

1975

1977

1978

Cinema Rex building after the fire in Abadan,19 August 1978
Jaleh Square shooting in Tehran, 8 September 1978
Demonstration of Jaleh Square shooting and pro Khomeini demonstration in Tehran 1978

1979

Ayatollah Khomeini at Neauphle-leChateau surrounded by international journalists in February, 1979
Ayatollah Khomeini returns to Iran on February 1, 1979
Iraninan students comes up U.S. embassy in Tehran, March 4, 1979
An anti-Iranian protest in Washington, D.C., in 1979.

1980

Overview of the wreckage at the Iranian Desert after the failed rescue operation by Delta Force, April 1980
Americans welcoming the six freed hostage by Canadian diplomats during the Iran hostage crisis, 1980

1981

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References

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  62. 1980: Tehran hostage rescue mission fails
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  65. FORMATION OF THE UNIVERSITY JIHAD
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