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These men are "making" an elm tree | Owens-Corning Fiberglas, 1942 | John Falter (1910-1982)


Alloys Bring the Future Closer | Vanadium Corp. of America, 1958



Loomed for lots of living . . . Those heavenly carpets by Lees
James Lees & Sons, 1960


Modern Materials for Modern Living | Bakelite Plastics, 1957 | George Cooper Rudolph


Once Over with WONSOVER and old walls disappear | National Lead Co., 1949


"Sundae" basement solves everyday problems | Excelon Tile Styles 777 and 770 - Armstrong Cork Company, 1956


United States Department of War


Sofa by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, 1958


Jantzen swimsuits, 1949 | Pete Hawley


They hunt uranium with Olin batteries | Olin Mathieson, 1954
Chesley Bonestell (1888-1986)

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Alloys Bring the Future Closer | Jo Kotula (1910-1998)
Vanadium Corporation of America, 1958
FISH FULL OF FREIGHT: Transoceanic freight may someday be carried aboard atomic-powered submarine freighters towing underwater barges. These ships, unaffected by weather, traveling at top speeds and carrying the heaviest loads, will be safer and more depend- able than surface transport and may even shorten some trade routes. When submarine freighters become a reality, it's a safe bet stainless steels and alloys will be


Bisect the sea, with the foaming wake of a fast motor boat"
Sterling Engine Company, Buffalo, N.Y., 1933 | Douglas Donald


To build a better drink | Kentucky Tavern, 1949
This is one of a series of dozens of Kentucky Tavern ads from the late 1940s and early 1950s with "themed" accouter- ments, some of which were advertised as actually being for sale in the better department stores of the day. The tiny cement mixer, though, probably existed only in an art director's imagination. (How did they fit the ice through that little hole? Maybe the whole thing unscrews.) The artist here might have been named Biondi. The Research Department is working on it.


Sizzling-good eating, outdoor style! | Wilson & Co., 1955


1957 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Coupé


1955 Pontiac 870 Catalina

Tom Waits - Ol' 55 - Early Version


1957 Mercury Montclair Phaeton Sedan




Dry Ice rings the bell with Industry, too | Mathieson Chemical Corp., 1954


Now! Barbecue! Roast! With Self-Basting Rotary Roaster | Admiral, 1955

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Crumb cover ridiculing gay marriage rejected by the New Yorker


Original caption: “En Chine
Le gâteau des Rois et... des Empereurs”
English: "China -- the cake of kings and... of emperors" (a French pun on king cake and kings and emperors wishing to "consume" China). French political cartoon from 1898. A pastry represents "Chine" (French for China) and is being divided between caricatures of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, William II of Germany (who is squabbling with Queen Victoria over a borderland piece, whilst thrusting a knife into the pie to signify aggressive German intentions), Nicholas II of Russia, who is eyeing a particular piece, the French Marianne (who is diplomatically shown as not participating in the carving, and is depicted as close to Nicholas II, as a reminder of the Franco-Russian Alliance), and the Meiji Emperor of Japan, carefully contemplating which pieces to take. A stereotypical Qing official throws up his hands to try and stop them, but is powerless. It is meant to be a figurative representation of the Imperialist tendencies of these nations towards China during the decade.
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“Naturally, the educated man does not believe in propaganda, he shrugs and is convinced that propaganda has no effect on him. This is, in fact, one of his great weaknesses, and propagandists are well aware that in order to reach someone, one must first convince him that propaganda is ineffectual and not very clever. Because he is convinced of his own superiority, the intellectual is much more vulnerable than anybody else to this maneuver.” ~ Jacques Ellul - “Propaganda, The Formation of Men's Attitudes"







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Informal family portrait with Crown Prince Reza Pahlevi in the foreground.
Photograph: Michael Teague



Persian Excursion
Gentlemen's Quarterly
October 1969
Photography: Leonard Nones


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“The individual’s adherence to his group is 'conscious' because he is aware of it and recognizes it, but it is ultimately involuntary because he is trapped in a dialectic and in a group that leads him unfailingly to his adherence. His adherence is also ‘intellectual’ because he can express his conviction clearly and logically, but it is not genuine because the information, the data, the reasoning, that have led him to adherence to the group were themselves deliberately falsified in order to lead him there.” ~ Jacques Ellul - “Propaganda, The Formation of Men's Attitudes"

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These are great Synergetic67! Around this time Iran had a GDP that was comparable to Italy's.....
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These are great Synergetic67! Around this time Iran had a GDP that was comparable to Italy's.....
ha ha ha, Italy ! Are they still considered a European country ?

They're lucky they have some fancy designed high-end cars like Lamborghinis and Ferraris to counter the image of Fix-It-Again-Tony.

I'm not so sure that the Shah's Iran in its 1970's prime was not a better place to live than Italy considering how fondly almost all the older expatriate Iranians now living in Los Angeles remember it. The false dialectic of commies and mafia dons has done a fantastic job of completely screwing up Italy for the the worse in the past 70 years.

Americans get to appreciate even the degenerated America of today, which is merely a shadow of its former self, much more once they go visit a place like Italy, this supposed center of European culture, and experience 'Italian hospitality.'

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WHAT ARE ITALIANS LIKE?

Posted on August 5, 2009 | Leave a comment

There are two words that describe the main characteristics of Italians – cowardly and lazy.

The Italians are probably the most lazy people I have ever come across. They half ass everything. It does not matter whether they are making you a cup of coffee, getting your hotel bill for you or bringing out your meal. They will do it extremely slowly, with a bad attitude, and do a poor job of it.

A HOLIDAY IN ITALY – RIP OFF ROME

Italian Scam Merchant, Italian Thieves, The Myth of 'Authentic' Italian food,

THE ONLY ITALIAN TALENTS – CONNING AND THIEVING:

http://holidayinrome.wordpress.com/
On the other hand, Simon Shack and Nohocapito from September Clues Forums live in Italy, so maybe not all hope is lost.

As far as the Iranians of the 1970's go.

Yes, middle class, educated Iranians had a high standard of living in the 1970's. And the Shah was no longer taking orders from his masters in the CIA and the Mossad and was modeling himself after Mussolini, Hitler and Franco.

It was only a matter of time before, like Saddam, Gaddafi and Assad, he told his handlers to screw off for good and tried to issue his own currency without paying interest to the International bankers.

So they had to replace him with a medieval theocracy. Islamic Iran being anti-usury and one of only 4 or 5 countries not in the list of 155 central banked countries tied to the BIS, Bank of International Settlements, controlled by the Rothschild Kaball, is no proof of its authenticity as an anti-JWO force.

In order to determine whether a country's leadership is a real anti-JWO force or not, all you really have to do is look beyond the rhetoric to the economic situation in the country itself.

A real Anti-JWO leader almost always BENEFITS his people IN ADDITION to being Anti-JWO in action, such as rejecting usury and a central bank.

You can't just reject usury and a central bank & then have your own central bank issue your own fiat money and fuck up your whole country with 30 years of double digit inflation, mass unemployment, mass drug-addiction, medieval laws that make women only half the worth of a man, etc. That's what these Khomeini disciples have done in Iran, post-Shah, and it's not an accident, you know why?

Here's why:

"They [the clergy] believe that any portion of power confided to me, will be exerted in opposition to their schemes. And they believe rightly; for I have sworn upon the altar of god, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man. But this is all they have to fear from me: and enough, too, in their opinion." ~ Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Benjamin Rush, Sept. 23, 1800

Why is Thomas Jefferson against the tyranny of the clergy ?

Because economic prosperity can only happen in country where people can REASON and think and people can ONLY THINK and reason where individualism is protected to a considerable extent from group intimidation and force. There has be a tradition of individual rights in the country, the first step to which is that country has to be secular and pass laws that prevent religious collectivist theocracy

It is ABSOLUTELY FALSE that Hitler's Germany or Mussolini's Italy crushed individualism and somehow succeeded in some 'collectivist,' group economic miracle. No, they used collective police action in self-defense to just put a leash on out-of-control degeneracy and criminality and the root of it all, central banking usury. Beyond that, though they were technically European socialism, and against mercantilist predatory capitalism, they were not in any way against private property:

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From the 25 Points of the NSDAP programme pamphlet written by Adolf Hitler and Anton Drexler in 1920:

* On April 13, 1928, Adolf Hitler clarified section seventeen in the programme in order to stop political mischaracterizations: "Because of the mendacious interpretations on the part of our opponents of Point 17 of the programme of the NSDAP, the following explanation is necessary:

Since the NSDAP is fundamentally based on the principle of PRIVATE PROPERTY,

it is obvious that the expression "confiscation without compensation" refers merely to the creation of possible legal means of confiscating when necessary, land illegally acquired, or not administered in accordance with the national welfare.

It is therefore directed in the first instance against the Jewish companies which speculate in land."

http://www.hitler.org/writings/programme/

Mussolini was the only guy to ever successfuly crush the friggin Mafia, I mean he just completely destroyed the Mafia. The crime rate and corruption in Italy went WAY DOWN, and yet Mussolini is considered the biggest, baddest criminal in Italian history nowadays by Jew propaganda. Mussolini's success was the model for Hitler who then went way beyond him.

Ezra Pound, one of the most individualist guys who has ever lived and a total American patriot, lived in Italy under Mussolini by choice and defended the Mussolini regime. Why would he do this if Mussolini choked individualism and creativity to death ?

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"Fascism only regiments those who can't do anything without it. If a man knows how to do anything it's the essence of fascism to leave him alone."~Ezra Pound

Jefferson and/or Mussolini by Ezra Pound - can be read here:

http://www.yamaguchy.com/library/pou.../jeffmuss.html


"I personally think extremely well of Mussolini. If one compares him to American presidents (the last three) or British premiers, etc., in fact one can NOT without insulting him. If the intelligentsia don't think well of him, it is because they know nothing about 'the state,' and government, and have no particularly large sense of values. Anyhow, WHAT intelligentsia?" -- Ezra Pound, Letter to Harriet Monroe, November 1925

"Mussolini has steadily refused to be called anything save 'Leader' (Duce) or 'Head of the Government,' the term dictator has been applied by foreign envy, as the Tories were called cattle-stealers. It does not represent the Duce's fundamental conception of his role. His authority comes, as Eirugina proclaimed authority comes, 'from right reason' and from the general fascist conviction that he is more likely to be right than anyone else is." ---Ezra Pound, Jefferson and/or Mussolini, 1935


"The nation has not disappeared. We used to believe that the concept was totally without substance. Instead we see the nation arise as a palpitating reality before us! ... Class cannot destroy the nation. Class reveals itself as a collection of interests—but the nation is a history of sentiments, traditions, language, culture, and race. Class can become an integral part of the nation, but the one cannot eclipse the other. The class struggle is a vain formula, without effect and consequence wherever one finds a people that has not integrated itself into its proper linguistic and racial confines—where the national problem has not been definitely resolved. In such circumstances the class movement finds itself impaired by an inauspicious historic climate" -- Benito Mussolini

"I don't believe that anyone venerates Mussolini more than I... I know many exalted personages, and my artist's mind does not shrink from political and social issues. Well, after having seen so many events and so many more or less representative men, I have an overpowering urge to render homage to your Duce. He is the saviour of Italy and – let us hope – Europe". Later, after a private audience with Mussolini, he added, "Unless my ears deceive me, the voice of Rome is the voice of Il Duce. I told him that I felt like a fascist myself... In spite of being extremely busy, Mussolini did me the great honour of conversing with me for three-quarters of an hour. We talked about music, art and politics". --- Igor Stravinsky

Similarly, it wasn't a hundred National Socialists that 'collectively' designed the Volkswagen, it was Ferdinand Porsche, in collabaoration with Hitler. It wasn't a hundred people that made "Triumph of the Will," it was Leni Riefenstahl. Same thing with Hitler's own design of the Autobahn FREE-ways and all the other inventions and copyrights, over 300,000 stolen by Stalin's allies after the war. What country can possibly produce THAT many patents and copyrights without individual thinking ? Absolutely impossible.

Where are all of Islamic Iran's patents and copyrights ? Have you ever even heard of an Iranian product sold in the USA or Europe that wasn't some kind of food ?

No religious theocracy has ever produced a scientifically progressive, industrial society. Christianity did not produce the renaissance, it produced the middle ages. The renaissance was a total revolt against Christian theocratic rule.

Most of Iran's infrastructure, including the nuclear reactors were built under the Shah. The Shah's father was pro-Hitler and anti-clerical. The Shah was installed by the CIA but he falsely believed that they would play fair and let him bring his country into the industrial age if he just did what they told him to do.

Remember that the west fought many wars against communists who were all anti-imperialist, 'freedom fighters for the proletariat' in their own minds and yet the banksters in the west OWNED all the communists, ALL OF THEM, through a long leash of controlled opposition funded by themselves from the very beginning. They blow twice and Cuba will disappear anytime they want. They blow three times and so will that ridiculous paper-tiger of North Korea.

Iran is just the Islamic-Zealot version of the commies in psychological-operation terms. Instread of anti-imperialist rhetoric, they have anti-American and Anti-Jew rhetoric and just like the commies never benefited their own people one iota but took them backwards into terrible standards of living, neither do these theocracies.

It doesn't mean that Jews have the right to go in and conquer the country for themselves by sticking their USA attack dogs on them. It just means that the Iranian people should reject the Jewish USUROCRACY first and then all the Jews that still insist on supporting the criminal code posing as a religion called Judaism and overthrow their own tyrannincal government and install a legitimate one that benefits themselves without letting the criminals back in. Cutting back the Abrahamic religion of Islam would be the next step towards restoring health as it had always been in the west that cutting back the Abrahamic religion of Christianity has produced more health and prosperity for them.


Shah of Iran on the Jewish Lobby - 35 Yrs ago


Shah Of Iran Criticizing Britain

"We were wrong to believe that the British are our friends. You are obsessed solely with yout own selfish interests and treat us as a people beyond the pale. But your attitude is a matter of profound disinterest. Your democratic system has already erupted into chaos. We shall soon overtake you and in a decade you will be struggling in our wake. Perhaps then you will remember how you treated us." ~ As quoted in Asadollah Alam (1991), The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran's Royal Court, 1968-77, page 236

http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Muhammad_Reza_Pahlavi



These fashion magazines were mainly interested in the exoticism of these middle eastern locales. Here are some more photos from a fashion shoot in Iran by Vogue in 1969:



















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Iranian movie star magazine 1946


Elizabeth Taylor in Iran, wearing a chador at the Shah Cheragh Shrine, Shiraz, 1976 - Photo: Firooz Zahedi



Another more close-up shot "shows a man and a woman entering the mosque together,” Zahedi says of the photo. “[That is] no longer possible under the Islamic regime—women have to enter through a separate door and sit in a separate section.”

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Vanity Fair 1976

http://ispybyjaymo.blogspot.com/2011...r-in-iran.html





ET hitting the hookah










Jimi Hendrix, the originator of the Afro hairstyle with Joan Baez (and a waterbong plus smoke that some internet clown photoshopped in perfectly lol)





Afro hairstyle trend in Iran among the youth rebelling against the strict fashion codes of the Islamic regime. The MooFerferia (meaning curly-haired ones in Persian) Facebook community has about 8000 members worldwide, and for the first time gathered in Tehran’s Nation Park in January 2011 for a few hours before they were asked to leave by park police.


If they're not careful they might end up getting a haircut like this guy:



1966

Islamic Iran's women's Ninja police force:



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The short note scrawled on the card suggests his family changed its name to Ahmadinejad when they converted to embrace Islam after his birth...

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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=196822&page=6..April 23 – The Reinheitsgebot is instituted in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, regulating the purity of beer permissible for sale...July – Selim I of the Ottoman Empire declares war on the Mameluks and invades Syria..Gillingham School founded, the oldest in Dorset, England...

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Origin of the Afro hairstyle - Hendrix in France September 1966 - "Le 23 septembre 1966, à 21 heures, Jimmy Hendrix et Chas Chandler ..."


Jimi Hendrix Experience formed in London, October 1966



Not quite 'Afro' yet - The original six Black Panthers (November, 1966) Top left to right: Elbert "Big Man" Howard; Huey P. Newton (Defense Minister), Sherman Forte, Bobby Seale (Chairman). Bottom:Reggie Forte and Little Bobby Hutton (Treasurer)





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Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver on raping black and white women...

“I started out practicing on black girls in the ghetto where dark and vicious deeds appear not as aberrations or deviations from the norm, but as part of the sufficiency of the evil of a day. When I considered myself smooth enough, I crossed the tracks and sought out white prey. I did this consciously, deliberately, willfully, methodically.” “Rape was an insurrectionary act. It delighted me that I was defying and trampling upon the white man’s law, upon his system of values, and that I was defiling his women…I felt I was getting revenge. From the site of the act of rape, consternation spread outwardly in concentric circles. I wanted to send waves of consternation thoughout the white race.” “I know that the black man’s sick attitude toward the white woman is a revolutionary sickness: It keeps him perpetually out of harmony with the system that is oppressing him. Many whites flatter themselves with the idea that the negro male’s lust and desire for the white dream girl is purely an esthetic attraction, but nothing could be further from the truth. His motivation is often of such a bloody, hateful, bitter, and malignant nature that whites would really be hard pressed to find it flattering.”

~ from "Soul on Ice" by Eldridge Cleaver 1968

Kathleen Cleaver, Eldridge Cleaver August 1969




A soap named 'bride'; I wonder what the implication is ?


The Persian is translated as: What's the difference between a sexy woman and an Azmayesh brand refrigerator ? A sexy woman warm, warm, warm - An Azmayesh refrigerator cold, cold, cold




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A 1947 ad for Pullman transportation published in an unknown magazine.
The ad starts like this: "He would have... if he hadn't skipped page 17 of his
Pocket Guide to Iran, which the War Department gave him when he
started (?) overseas. It says there: 'When in an Irani home, don't be so
enthusiastic in admiring some object. Your host might... give it to you.'
But the corporal did enthuse. And now he's stuck with part of next month's
pay... because the book goes on: 'If an Irani [gives] you a gift, the proper
thing to do is to give him one of equal value in return.' That's the custom
of the country. He learned it the hard way. There is an American custom that
many boys have learned the easy way since going into service. It's the custom of traveling in comfort --
which troops in training do at the rate of 30,000 every night [with Pullman train wagons]..."


Fiat


Published in Zan-e Ruz magazine (April 1, 1978)


"Nivea tooth paste: Seekers finders. After a long search I have finally found my ideal tooth paste and I am happy to have healthy and beautiful teeth. You should also try Nivea tooth paste." Published in Ettela'at, December 27, 1954.






1970's fashions in Iran


Royal family in St. Moritz


Image that was popular on T-shirts and badges during the 444 day 1979 Iran hostage crisis
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Yes, middle class, educated Iranians had a high standard of living in the 1970's. And the Shah was no longer taking orders from his masters in the CIA and the Mossad and was modeling himself after Mussolini, Hitler and Franco.
I'm not so sure that the Shah wasn't still taking orders from the CIA et al.

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It was only a matter of time before, like Saddam, Gaddafi and Assad, he told his handlers to screw off for good and tried to issue his own currency without paying interest to the International bankers.

So they had to replace him with a medieval theocracy. Islamic Iran being anti-usury and one of only 4 or 5 countries not in the list of 155 central banked countries tied to the BIS, Bank of International Settlements, controlled by the Rothschild Kaball, is no proof of its authenticity as an anti-JWO force.
Yes, it's my understanding that said medieval theocracy was maneuvered
into place by the CIA (and cohorts) - and that the Shah was a necessary
step to achieve this.

I have heard Persian people describe Jewish people as originating from Persia.
This would seem to stack up for the semitic aspect of the Sephardic people,
how that relates to the Askenasi people I don't know yet.

Is it possible there's a relationship between the Askenasi people and the Aryans?
I realize that if there were the NSDAP might not have had the same outlook -
but what if there is a genetic connection somewhere and it was not made apparent -
or was purposefully withheld from NSDAP management? Even withheld from Hitler himself?

I've been getting progressively suspicious about the way that Hitler was
treated. Yesterday was talking some rudimentary outlines of Mien Kampf
with a mate who has been quite involved for many years. He explained to me
that Hitler had been put on a long-term regime of Meta-amphetamines and Lithium.
This would have been at the behest of the Thule Society. Why did they do that to him!?

I know it was standard practice to administer Meta-amphetamines to Kamikaze
pilots, so that they'd complete their mission and perform Airborne Seppuku.
They well knew the psychological dangers of that drug. I find it disgusting that
they administered it to Hitler, knowing what it can do to a person.
It'd be interesting to know if that drug was developed by the Tavistock Institute and
what kind of connection Tavistock may have had with the Thule Society.

Just to skip back to Iran, obviously the Persian people are Aryan.
So the fact that they are also Jewish I find very perplexing.
Perhaps there is a link under our noses somewhere?
No idea yet where that might be - one day may try looking for it.

All the anti-jewish rhetoric that the MSM was jumping on from Ahmadinejad
I'm highly suspect of to be honest - not because it was anti-jewish (per say) -
but because around the same time Ahmadinejad was also saying in Persian
media that Jewish people originate from Iran. This dichotomy was pointed out
to me by an Iranian friend a few years ago. I still don't know what to make of it -
but it has at least moulded a few question marks for me.


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Where are all of Islamic Iran's patents and copyrights ? Have you ever even heard of an Iranian product sold in the USA or Europe that wasn't some kind of food ?
Apparently they invented the first Battery - but that was well before the time of the Patents Office

One thing that really stands out to me in relation to Iran's economy is it's Cosmetics Market. It's Behemoth!!
Iranian Ladies spend many billions of dollars a year on cosmetics. On the world stage they are leading spenders
in this regard - maybe still behind France and Japan but not by far. Just as an aside, I noticed when I was there that
everybody (literally) has the habit of letting the petrol continue to flow when moving the the pump nozzle backwards and
forwards between the pump and the gas-tank. Like a garden hose. Millions of dollars a day splash the forecourts of Iran's
gas stations up and down the country. It's not considered an issue. I thought it was funny


p.s. The Hendrix Mooferferia thing you've raised is very interesting Synergetic67...



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Meet your new neighbor . . . | Hallicrafters Radio, 1944


Reichhold Chemicals Inc., 1942 | John Vickery



When everyone feels like relaxing, what makes a glass of beer taste so good?
U.S. Brewers Foundation, 1955 | "Friends From Across the Lake" by Haddon Sundblom


Republic Steel, 1934 | Malcolm Daniel Charleson (1888-1943)


Republic Steel, 1935 | Paul Gerding


Safe deposit lobby, United States National Bank of Denver | Diebold Inc., 1954


Lockheed JetStar and the 1960 Lincoln



SOLAREX Scientific Sun Glasses, 1948


So light they almost fly! | Puffin Biscuits, 1956


World's smallest gas turbines to lift a sky full of men
Solar Aircraft, 1957 | Richard Foes (1927-1999)



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American Standard sanitary fixtures advertised in the American Community High School in Tehran. 1961-62 Year Book


Ad for Anahita oven by Ardel.
Zan-e Rooz magazine (24 Tir 2537 / 15 July 1978).













Renouncing Tudeh (communist) Party membership and expressing loyalty to Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. Published in Ettela'at, December 31, 1954.



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The Paykan (Persian: پيکان‎) was an automobile produced by the Iranian company Iran Khodro (formerly called "Iran National") Industrial Group. The car was very popular in Iran from the late 1960s to the late 1990s. It is often referred as the Iranian "chariot".

The Paykan design was based on the 1967 Hillman Hunter, which was originally designed and manufactured by the British Rootes Group.

The design was introduced to Iran by Mahmoud Khayami, co-founder and, by then, owner of the Iran Khodro (formerly called "Iran National") company and factory, who accurately predicted that Iran was in need of a simple "no-frills" automobile within the price range of ordinary people.[citation needed]
In 1967, Rootes began exporting Hunters to Iran Khodro in "complete knock down" (CKD) kit form, for assembly in Iran. In 1972, it seemed that every car in Iran was a Paykan. By the mid 1970s, full scale manufacture of the car, less the engine, had started in Iran.

In 1978, Peugeot took over the Rootes company after it collapsed under the ownership of Chrysler Europe; a year later Peugeot ended Hunter production. Thereafter, the Paykan's engine production tooling was moved to Iran and was in full-scale manufacture under Peugeot license until 2005.

Although Paykan was based on an old 1966 model, there were many changes and modifications made to it over the years, notably the substitution, for the original 1725 cc Rootes engine, of a Peugeot 504-derived unit. The modifications to the exterior included a new stock body kit and head and tail lights.

The Iranian government reportedly offered Iran Khodro a large cash incentive to end Paykan production by 2005, labeling the car as an environmental hazard and because of its unacceptably high fuel consumption. During its last years, the order backlog was nearly two years long.[citation needed]
The Samand, commonly referred to as the "New Paykan", is currently being produced by Iran Khodro as a modern substitute for the Paykan class of cars. In 2005, Iran Khodro announced that it had sold the discontinued Paykan's automobile production line to the Khartoum Transportation Company in Sudan, while auto-parts production for the Paykan still continues by third party manufacturers in Iran.
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Traffic jam tea break - this photo taken by the Iranian blogger over at Paykan Hunter on Dcember 21, 2012

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Hillman Hunter GLS by the British Rootes Group, now owned by Chrysler Europe - the car the Paykan was based on


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I was walking near Tajrish the other night when I spotted this car across the street, I just had to talk to the man behind the wheel. His name is Abbas and this is his 1350 (1971) Paykan. He has driven Paykans all his life and uses this car daily as a main source of income to support his family.

To my amazement Abbas knew a lot about Rootes and other Arrow series models, he has collected many parts through the years and he is a purist! He doesn't like lowering his cars or using non original parts. We had a lovely chat that night, and since he had no other passenger he dropped me off and gave me a set of "Paykan" door badges as a gift! We exchanged numbers I wanted to set up a time so that I could take photos of his car in daylight, which we subsequently did in a rainy day.

These days you just don't see these early Paykan with wooden-dash in a daily-use like this, I mean for goodness sake the car is almost 42 year old and is running like a clock, incredible really! Can your delicate Dolomite do this? can your frail Barchetta do this? furthermore can your feeble SD1 do this? Of-course not, they can't hold a candle to the mighty Arrow series!
Special Thanks to Abbas for his time!...

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Khomeini bas-relief mural in Hamadan


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Outside walls of the Ex-US embassy-Taleghani street-Tehran
photo was taken on April 5, 2007 in Tehran, Tehran, IR, using a Nikon D50


Advertising in Ettela'at-e Dokhtaraan va Pesaraan magazine, 18 Shahrivar 1357, 9 September 1978.


Advertisement for the film "Parastoo-haa-ye Asheq" ("Swallows in love").
Setaareh-ye Cinema magazine, 27 Khordad 2537, 17 June 1978

Holger Czukay - Persian Love - from "Movies" (1980)
Holger Czukay: vocals, guitar, keyboards, synth, shortwave radio (Performer), bass, mixing, editing, producing, lyrics. Jaki Liebezeit: drums, congas. Recorded at home studio in Cologne, 1979. Mixed at Conny Planck's Studio.










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A Flock Of Seagulls - I Ran (So Far Away) [1982]

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British posters, text in Persian for distribution in Iran: The Downfall of the Dictators is Assured. 1939-1945
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