Various war histories are narrated in different ways. Chronology is a common way of writing war histories. In this method, events are narrated daily, weekly, and periodically as they have happened. This quarterly tries to detect military, political, economic, and social aspects of Iran-Iraq war important events in national, regional, and international levels in chronological form. This method, in addition to existing analyses and documents, can reveal war events chronologically and more carefully and help the readers to have a better understanding of the war history. In this number, events of spring 1359 are briefly discussed that in some way were important in preparing the way for Saddam regime to begin the war.