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March, 07

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March, 7, 1908 A.D.:
Qavamolmolk Assassinated In Shiraz


Mohammad Reza Qavam also known as Qavamolmolk Shirazi was an influential nobleman opposing the Constitutional Revolution. He was a supporter of the ousted Mohammad Ali Shah and was summoned to Tehran by the Majlis. Qavamolmolk declared allegiance to Constitutional Monarchy and returned to Shiraz but... Read Full Article:


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March, 7, 1946 A.D.:
Moscow To End Occupation


Iranian negotiators headed by prime minister Ghavamossaltaneh return from Moscow empty-handed. He arrived in Moscow on Feb, 19 to resolve the issue that arose with presence of Red Army. On Nov, 26, 1945, the Bolsheviks that prevented Iranian military from reaching the Kurdistan and Azerbaijan provin... Read Full Article:


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March, 7, 1951 A.D.:
PM Razmara Assassinated


Prime Minister Haj Ali Razmara came closer than any other politician to ratifying the Supplemental Oil Agreement between Iran and the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC). The Supplemental Agreement drew the ire of most Iranians and Majlis.The new draft provided far less favorable terms compared to the ... Read Full Article:


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March, 7, 1964 A.D.:
Prime Minister Alam Resigns


Mohammad Reza Shah used to change Prime Ministers as casually as other men change suits. On March, 7, 1964, he courteously turned out Asadollah Alam, the 17th Premier in the Shah's 22-year reign, and appointed as Premier #18 elegant Hasanali Mansour with a degree in economics and political science f... Read Full Article:

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