Documents seized from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran

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Documents Seized from the US Embassy in Tehran
A large number of documents, some already shredded, were seized by Iranian Islamists during their 1979 occupation of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. They were pieced together and made public.

Biographical Articles[edit]

  • Viktor Grigoryevich Afanasyev
  • Andrey Mikhaylovich Aleksandrov-Agentov
  • Vladimir Sergeyevich Alkhimov
  • Aleksey Konstantinovich Antonov
  • Eduard Asaturovich Aykazyan
  • Ivan Ivanovich Bodyul
  • Konstantin Ustinovich Chernenko
  • Leonid Vital'yevich Kantorovich
  • Aleksandr Akimovich Ishkov
  • Mikhail Stepanovich Kapitsa
  • Nikolay Timofeyevich Glushkov
  • Georgiy Arkad'yevich Karavayev
  • Aleksey Nikolayevich Manzhulo
  • Igor Dmitriyevich Morokhov
  • Mehdi Bazargan
  • Viktor Nikolayevich Polyakov
  • Yakov Petrovich Ryabov
  • Eduard Amvrosiyevich Shevardnadze
  • Shapur Bakhtiar
  • Allahyar Saleh
  • Daryuah Pomjhar
  • Mozafar Baqai-Kermani
  • Khosro Qashqai
  • Nikolay Ivanovich Smirnov
  • Semen Kuz'mich Tsvigun
  • Kirill Stepanovich Simonov
  • Georgiy Markovich Korniyenko

Telegrams[edit]

  • Soviet Embassy comments on HUA visit to Iran
  • New Iran-Turkey trade agreement
  • Soviet Ambassador to Iran
  • Iranian/Turkish Economic Relations
  • Saudia Oil Situation
  • Uncertain Political Mood
  • Opposition Leaders Released
  • Vienna Convention
  • Vienna Convention 2
  • Vienna Convention 3
  • Trade Dispute
  • Iranian Oil Strike
  • More on Iranian Oil Strike
  • Popular perceptions of the Amouzegar government
  • Khomeini Contact
  • Iranian Tudeh Leader Interviewed
  • Iranian assessment of Afghan Developments
  • Corruption in Iran
  • Possible Religious deal with GOI
  • Opposition on the move
  • Karim Sanjabi
  • All Amini moves
  • Codell Wolf Tehran Schedule

Preserved Documents[edit]

Shredded Documents[edit]