From Qajar to Pahlavi. Iran 1919-1930. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 2008, 462 p., index.

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Bianca Devos, « From Qajar to Pahlavi. Iran 1919-1930. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 2008, 462 p., index. », Abstracta Iranica, ID : 10.4000/abstractairanica.39598


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In his recent book, Majd undertakes the task of retelling the fundamental political changes in Iran during the 1920s, beginning with the Anglo-Persian Convention in 1919 and ending with Reḍā Šāh’s “expanded reign of terror”. The slightly larger first part of the book (chapters two to ten) recounts the events leading to the overthrow of the Qājār monarchy and the establishment of the Pahlavi dynasty. The last five chapters focus on the consolidation of Reḍā Šāh’s rule and its increasingly dict...

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