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  • L'histoire militaire de l'Iran couvre 2 500 ans. Jusqu'en 1935, l'Iran est connu sous le nom de Perse.
  • With thousands of years of recorded history, and due to an unchanging geographic (and subsequently geopolitical) condition, Iran (previously known as Persia in the West until 1935) has had a long, varied, and checkered military culture and history, ranging from triumphant and unchallenged ancient military supremacy affording effective superpower status in its day, to a series of near catastrophic defeats (beginning with the destruction of Elam) at the hand of previously subdued peripheral nations (including Greece, Arabia, and the Asiatic nomadic tribes at the Eastern boundary of the lands traditionally home to the Iranian people).
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  • Manouchehr Moshtagh Khorasani
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  • Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas
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  • Las Técnicas de la Esgrima Persa
  • Arms and Armor from Iran: The Bronze Age to the End of the Qajar Peroid
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  • L'histoire militaire de l'Iran couvre 2 500 ans. Jusqu'en 1935, l'Iran est connu sous le nom de Perse.
  • With thousands of years of recorded history, and due to an unchanging geographic (and subsequently geopolitical) condition, Iran (previously known as Persia in the West until 1935) has had a long, varied, and checkered military culture and history, ranging from triumphant and unchallenged ancient military supremacy affording effective superpower status in its day, to a series of near catastrophic defeats (beginning with the destruction of Elam) at the hand of previously subdued peripheral nations (including Greece, Arabia, and the Asiatic nomadic tribes at the Eastern boundary of the lands traditionally home to the Iranian people).
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  • Histoire militaire de l'Iran
  • Military history of Iran
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