Postcards of Kazvine in Persia (modern-day Iran). Kazvine (also known as Qazvin) is located 150 km north-west of Tehran. It was used as a base for the British Norperforce (which succeeded Dunsterforce). Cyril Sladden does not mention Kazvine in his letters, but one assumes he stayed there. The first postcard is of Téhéran Station Kérédj on Route Kazvine.
© The Sladden family descendants and by kind permission of the Imperial War Museum (reference 60/98/1)