Hardcover $29.95

Osprey Publishing | May 24, 2011 | 480 Pages | 6 x 9-1/5 | ISBN 9781846034916

  • Hardcover$29.95

    Osprey Publishing | May 24, 2011 | 480 Pages | 6 x 9-1/5 | ISBN 9781846034916

  • Ebook$12.95

    Osprey Publishing | Dec 20, 2011 | 488 Pages | ISBN 9781780962214

Praise

“Farrokh’s incredibly detailed description of the Iran-Iraq war rivals any accounts of modern-day warfare history that this reviewer has lay witness to… The book is a must for the progression of modern day and historical Iranian scholasticism. At 480 pages, absorbing the book over time is best — a book that’s content contains such detail demands and deserves it.”
- Robert Terpstra, The Business Daily Egypt (September 12, 2011)

“Kaveh Farrokh is an expert on Persian languages and Iranian history whose new book, Iran at War: 1500-1988, provides a full examination of modern Iranian military history… His previous title Shadows in the Desert: Ancient Persia at War (Osprey, 2007) was named “Best History Book” by the World Academy of Arts Literature and Media in 2008. Dr. Patrick Hunt at Stanford University, said this about it, ”… a book for all who have ever been curious about the ‘other’ view on Persia, not from the Western standpoint rooted in Greece, but from the traditions of the Persians themselves… Meticulously researched and documented…”
- The Wall Street Journal

“Dr. Kaveh Farrokh … has published a timely volume immersing readers in five centuries of how Persians have waged and conducted war. The book delves deeply into the history and psychology of warfare and provides a grounding of how Iranians see threats and challenges today.”
- Youssef Aboul-Enein, Small Wars Journal (July 12, 2012)

“Farrokh has analyzed the religious and non-religious wars and has demonstrated how Iran has been attacked by its neighbors from all sides (east, west and south) over several periods…Farrokh’s analyses of the Islamic revolution and the Iran-Iraq war provides us information that has hitherto remained unmentioned…”
- Museum and Center of Manuscripts, Iran

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