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June, 25

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June, 25, 1747 A.D.:
Ali Shah Crowned

After assassination of Nader Shah, his nephew Ali made a solemn entry into the capital of Khorasan, where he killed all heirs to the throne. The unfortunate Reza Gholi, Nasrollah, and 17 others of the imperial family, were massacred; but Shahrokh Afshar, a beautiful boy about fourteen years old, was... Read Full Article:


June, 25, 1857 A.D.:
Germany–Iran First Diplomatic Contact

(Wikipedia) - Even before diplomatic ties, unofficial relations had already taken root between the two nations. Goethe's dedication of his West-östlicher Divan (West-East Divan) to Hafez in 1819 is an illustration of how far back such cultural ties went.However, the first recorded diplomatic contac... Read Full Article:


June, 25, 1940 A.D.:
Mansour Appointed Prime Minister

Reza Shah appointed Rajabali Mansour as the new Prime Minister. The pro-German Matin Daftari could only remain prime minister for 8 months and Reza Shah's plans to get the best of the conflict in Europe proved wrong. For one thing, nobody could ever think that arch foes Soviets and British could put... Read Full Article:

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