Iran, a Colony of German Industry

IRAN. Der Schah als Gendarm am persischen Golf

Stuttgart: CISNU Asta Uni Stgt., [1974]. 210 by 145mm (8¼ by 5¾ inches). Illustrated stapled pamphlet; 68 pp. In German. With several photo illustrations. Near Fine. Nicely illustrated publication that discusses West Germany’s industrial business relations with Iran (describing the country as a [“colony”] of Germany). The booklet ends with a section on the persecution of the CISNU in Iran. Published by the infamous CISNU. In 1965, CISNU leaders were arrested for attempting to murder Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and as a result the group pushed towards more radicalization. By 1971, the Iranian government declared CISNU illegal.


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