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Iranian Contemporary History No. 60

 

History Hall

 

 
  The Pahlavis according to Records, vol. 1: Reza Shah 

The Pahlavis according to Records, vol. 1: Reza Shah

 

Edited by: Farhad Rostami

Date of publication: first print, fall 1999

Print run: 4000 copies

Number of pages: 412 pages

Price: 4000 Tumans

 

From the text of the book:

“... Reza Khan was born in Alasht of Savadkuh in 1877. There is no much information of his childhood. Apparently, he was brought to Tehran by his mother, when he was only a suckling baby. Reza Khan’s mother goes to his brother, AboulQassem Beig and he was brought up by his uncle as child and young man. His mother was Georgian migrant...”




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