June 1896, after Naser-al-Din shah’s assassination, his son is crowned. (It took 10 years to force him decree the first elected parliament in August 1906.)
June 24, 1908, Mohammad-Ali shah put the parliament under siege and dissolved it (this initiated a wave of revolt by freedome fighters)
June 22 1909, the Bakhtiari freedom fighters reach the outskirts of Tehran, unintimidated by the Russian dn the brits who were trying to prevent them from toppling the shah.
June 4 1920, The anti-feudalist revolt of Mirza kuchak khan, intellectuals and peasants of Gilan led to formation of the Jungle Movement.
June 23 1951, the British take Iran to the World Court to reverse the nationalization of oil.
June 5 1963, Khomeini invites the people and the cleric to uprising against the Shah’s “White Revolution” (which was recommended by JF Kennedy to modernize Iran!).
June 25 1974, the Shah declares he has no interest in nuclear weapons unless other countries engage in nuclear arms race. [source: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/nukevault/ebb268/index.htm]
June 19 1977, the CIA and Kissinger are unhappy about Iran’s nuclear program under the Shah. [source: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/nukevault/ebb268/index.htm]
June 10-20 1978, several religious leaders issue pronouncements that flare up the Islamic Revolution.
June 10 1981, Khomeini ousts the FIRST democratically elected president of Iran (Abolhassan Bani Sadr)
June 28 1981, the Mujahedin bombing of the Islamic Republican Party headquarters and killing 72 members of the IRI think tank.
June 3 1989, Ayatollah Khomeini died.
June 2001, President Khatami re-elected in another landslide election
June 10-23 2003, student led protests [interesting similarity: http://www.newsandletters.org/Issues/2003/July/OLATIran_July03.htm]
June 2005, Ahmadinejad elected president
June 2007, protests erupt after government imposes rations on gas
June 2009, we are witnessing history