1ST IRANIAN EXPERIENCE LECTURE SERIES
ROBERT DE WARREN offers his first three part lecture series based on his eleven years in Iran 1965/1977, under the benevolent rule of Mohammad Reza Shah –
His research into this ancient nation with its mystic and ethnic dances and ceremonies, reveals a formidable culture that has influenced all aspects of our lives today.
What is it that corrupted harmony with Iran? Where are the roots to the loss of such a significant ally?
Mr. de Warren enjoyed total freedom in his research travels, devised Western ballets for the National Company, but soon became fascinated by Iran’s amazing treasures in literature, poetry, medicine, architecture and, their spiritual liberality and deep respect for their countrymen of all faiths and the guests who joined them in their push to modernity.
Robert, the Shah, Mrs. Ford, President Ford
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