Welcome on board Arteshtar. I know your people, the ancient Persian culture and understand your interest in the Second World War. In Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Britannica you can find a lot of information about the Second World War.
I would like to welcome you in the forum, but the subjects you bring here: "info about Iran Armed Forces..." sounds odd.... so until you tell us more about yourself and your real interests in Eastern European language I would keep quiet.
i`m interested about world war 2 and specially less spoken Countries ...
as well as Poland, Romania, Hungary and etc...
i hope i can learn and share my info about Iran Armed Forces...
My username is Persian Equivallent of "field Marshal".
I am one of the regular guys here and I have experience with Iranians in the Netherlands. Former colleages, artists and etc. They learned me a lot about ancient Persia, the Iran of the Shah, and the Iran of today, the Islamic Republic. I had the privilage to be the guest at Iranian private gatherings and parties, and talked with Iranian artists, colleages and people of the tiny Iranian community over here. I learned something about the ancient Persian history and the Modern Iranian history too. I also met an Iraqi Kurd, who was a tank commander during the terrible The Iran–Iraq War from 22 September 1980 until 20 August 1988. He still had nightmares of young Iranian revoltionairy Basij fighters that came towards him in human waves. He had to order his tank crews to fire the heavy machine guns on their tank, and therefor they massacred a lot of young Iranians. This man who fought in that war and later faced the opression of Kurds by the Iraqi Mukhābarāt (notorious secret service of the Iraqi Baath regime of Saddam Hussein), and being a target of the rival PUK (The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan) secret service in Iraqi Kurdistan, beause he was a supporter of the wrong Kurd political party PDK (Partiya Demokrat a Kurdistanê).
Since the first Gulf War, the PUK has jointly administered Iraqi Kurdistan with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP). However, in 1994 the parties engaged in a three-year conflict, known as the Kurdish Iraqi Civil War. The conflict ended with US mediation, and reconciliation was eventually achieved. This might have been the problem for my Iraqi-Kurd former colleage, who was in Iraq in that period. He probably fled from that internal Kurd conflict in Iraqi Kurdistan. He was my colleage in 1999.
Iranian child soldiers head to the front during the Iran-Iraq War, where they would be utilized in human wave attacks against fortified Iraqi positions.
Since the Iranians suffered from a shortage of heavy weapons: but had a large number of devoted volunteer troops, they began using human wave attacks against the Iraqis. Typically, an Iranian assault would commence with poorly trained Basij who would launch the primary human wave assaults to swamp the weakest portions of the Iraqi lines en masse (on some occasions even bodily clearing minefields). This would be followed up by the more experienced Revolutionary Guard infantry, who would breach the weakened Iraqi lines, and followed up by the regular army using mechanized forces, who would maneuver through the breach and attempt to encircle and defeat the enemy.
All I know about the Iranian armed forces is that you have the regular Armed forces with 425,000 personnel (army, anvy and airforce) and next to that you have the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution, or Revolutionary Guards, has an estimated 120,000 personnel in five branches: Its own Navy, Aerospace Force, and Ground Forces; and the Quds Force (special forces). In or next to the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution you have the Basij is a paramilitary volunteer force controlled by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards.
So you are interested in the Second World War and especially how that war effected Poland, Romania, Hungary and probably Yugoslavia too? Are you interested in specific battles between armed forces. Partisan Underground Resistance warfare against the German Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS, specific movement or specific people in that large European conflict?