Transferred to Iran
Documents on UK's prying into Iran's affairs
9 Oct 2011 13:17
A collection of the digitalized version of historical documents has been transferred to Iran from UK's national archives. Some of the docs are evidence to the UK's interference in Iran's affairs.
IBNA: According to the information center of the National Library and Archives Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran, a digital collection of documents in England\'s national library has been prepared to be transferred to the national library of Iran.
The collection is amassed of over 70,000 pieces of historical documents about Iran during the beginning decade of the 20th century parallel with the constitution era and some years before and after it.
The documents properly depict the overt and covert UK prying into Iran\'s affairs and the political being of the country during that era.
The collection contains confidential correspondence on the affairs of the Ataman empire, India and the middle Asia. Moreover, the backstage activities of the Russian government and oil companies in Iran are included in the collection.
The construction of the railway for Bagdad-Kuwait and north of Iran as well as its south are also the theme of some of the documents in the collection.
Most of the document are in English but some are written in Persian.