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Hostage Crisis ended after signing the Algiers accord on Jan, 19, 1981. Two days later, first group of Americans are release and they arrive at the US base in Stratoliner Germany. Unfortunately, US remained hostile not following the path towards peace.
Tags :Germany , US , Iran , Hostage Crisis , 1981 , Plane , Algiers Accords
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On June, 2, 1967 Mohammad Reza Shah visited West-Berlin. This picture from Der Spiegel shows the tragic moment of Benno Ohnesorg’s death, a student who was shot during anti-Shah protests. A female student is holding his head.
Tags :Germany , West Berlin , 1967 , Student , Dead , Protest
US hostages departing from Germany on an airplane after being held for 444 days. The US embassy staff were engaged in acts of espionage. US backed coup of 1953 and hostility towards Iran were among causes of extremism by revolutionary students.
Tags :US , Plane , Hostage Crisis , 1981 , Germany
Tomb of Pahlavi Queen Sorayya Esfandiari in Westfriedhof Munich/Germany, along with her parents and brother. Queen Sorayya died of undisclosed causes in her apartment in Paris, France; she was 69.
Tags :Pahlavi , Queen , Sorayya , Tomb , Munich , Germany
Colonel Pesyan during pilot training in Germany. He was the first trained Iranian pilot who served in German Airforce and was rewarded with the Eisernes Kreuz Medal for shooting down more than 25 enemy aircraft during World War I.
Tags :Germany , Colonel Pesyan , pilot , 1915
A Persian onager in a Zoo in Germany. Onagers are fast and the world’s fastest wild equid and that has been a tempting characteristic for hunters. The Sassanid king Bahram 5th is also called Goor (Persian onager) because of his passion for hunting them.
Tags :Germany , Zoo , Persian onager
In 2009 disregarding the political atmosphere, the Hafez-Goethe memorial in Weimar, Germany was introduced and the first West East Divan Festival with the guest country of Iran took place and two cultural cities of Shiraz and Weimar became twin cities.
Tags :Germany , Weimar , Hafez , Goethe , West-östlicher Diwan
The container vessel "IRAN PIROOZI" anchors at the quay of Aker MTW Shipyard in Wismar, northern Germany, after namegiving ceremony.With a 2500 TEU capacity, it is the first ship built within a cooperative project between Iran and Germany.
Tags :Germany , Iran-Piroozi , Ship , 2003