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But I dont recall any other song where they did separate verses in one song, AND entirely different styles [anyone disagree? John has the bad news of death but paul is off on the got out of bed stuff. But seems that "conflict" just adds to the "jagged" nature of the song, to make it great Brian from Cairns, Australia yes indeed I remember watching "How I Won the War", which was of course a Brit jibe at Uncle Sam. It was hard to follow [like 44 years ago] but I remember pastel coloured soldiers and some really out there Python type satire.
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Their ancestors migrated to the region from modern-day Iran following the Muslim conquest of Persia in the 7th century CE. They are the first of two such Iranian ethnic groups to have done so, with the other being Iranis , who migrated to the subcontinent many centuries after Persia fell to the Rashidun Caliphate. According to a Zoroastrian epic, Qissa-i Sanjan , Parsis continued to migrate from the collapsed Sassanid Empire to the territories comprising the modern-day states of India and Pakistan in between the 8th and 10th centuries CE, where they were given refuge to escape religious persecution during the early Muslim conquests ; the bulk of these migrants settled in the Gujarat region of western India. At the time of the Muslim conquest of Persia, the dominant religion of the region was Zoroastrianism, an Iranian religion that also served as the official state religion of the Sassanid Empire. Many notable Iranian figures, such as Babak Khorramdin , actively rebelled against the Rashidun army and later Muslim caliphates for almost years,  while the others chose to preserve their religious identities by fleeing from Iran to India during this time.