The foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period
Contemporary History No. 60
» The French Schools in Iran
The French missionaries played a major role among foreign missionaries who founded schools in Iran. The main French schools in Iran were Saint Louis School, Franco-Persane, Saint Josef, Jeanne d'Arc, Alliance...
» Iran and the league of Nations
Preceding to the first world war of 1914-1918, the world has never experienced such a destructive war. The sever shock of war devastations led the superpowers to think of a system to secure...
» The Iranian girl schools
Prior to the constitutionalism, there was no school for girl students in Iran. The commoners had in their head that education is not admirable for girls, and girls going to school will damage their dignity. The families...
» A Review of the Historical Background of the name of the Persian Gulf
Prior to the immigration of Aryans to Iranian plateau, the Assyrian sources referred to the Persian Gulf as "Narmarratu", meaning a bitter river, and this is the oldest name recorded for the Persian Gulf...
» Amir Kabir: His Life and His Role in The Iranian History
Mirza Mohammad Taghi Khan Amir Kabir, son of Karbalai Qorban Beig Farahani was born about 1807 in Hazaveh of Farahan in the district of Arak. His father was the head cook in Mirza Aboul Qassem Qaem Maqam's father,...
» The Bombardemant of Majlis, June 23rd 1908
Following a shootout between the loyal forces of Mohammad Ali Shah and the members of Anjomans (societies), Majlis (the National Consultative Assembly) was closed in 1908, within lesser than two ...
» The British and the August 19th 1953 coup
When the oil industry was being nationalized in Iran, it passed more than 50 years of the British inference and presence in Iran. Throughout this period, regardless of the known British officers, there were...