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  History of Iran: Reza Shah Pahlavi
In 1918 Reza Khan was referred to as a Brigadier General in the campaign of Cossacks in the Kashan area against the bandits.
Reza Khan's last wife was Esmat Dolatshahi (Death: 24 JUL 1995), the daughter of a Qajar Prince Mojalal al-Doleh, whom he married in 1923.
In 1925 Reza Khan deposed Ahmad Mirza, the last shah of the Qajar Dynasty, and was proclaimed shah of Iran.
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 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Mohammad Reza was born in Tehran, Iran to Reza Pahlavi the reigning shah, and His second wife Tadj ol-Molouk (1896 – 1982).
His father, Reza Pahlavi, (1877–1944), had risen from the post of Minister of War to that of Prime Minister, before he was elected by the National Assembly (parliament), also known as the Majlis of Iran, as Shah of Iran in 1925, starting the Pahlavi dynasty.
Concerned that Reza Shah was about to align His petroleum-rich country with Germany, the British and the Soviets occupied Iran and forced Reza to resign in favor of His son.
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 Reza Shah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reza Pahlavi was born in the city of Alasht in Savad Kooh county, Mazandaran in 1878.
Reza's first role in the new government was as commander of the army, which, in April 1921, he combined with the post of Minister of War.
On December 12, 1925, the Majlis, convening as a constituent assembly, voted to crown Reza Pahlavi as the new Shah of Persia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Reza_Pahlavi_of_Iran   (1326 words)

 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in the Sadabad Palace complex in northern Tehran to Reza Pahlavi and his second wife, Tadj ol-Molouk, Mohammad Reza was the eldest son of the first Shah of the Pahlavi dynasty.
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, crowning Farah Pahlavi as Empress of Iran.
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi's tomb in the Al Rifa'i Mosque, Cairo, Egypt.
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 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Faced with this situation, Reza Shah commanded the only reliable military force in Iran and the opposition to him, whether in the center or in the tribal areas, could never muster enough strength to overcome his skill, organization, and mobility.
Iran, however, although thus playing a key role in the process of policy change, was a potential victim if the process faltered, and she could have ended in a position similar to that of the Eastern European satellite states.
In today's Iran, because the very mention of the Shah's name entails the risk of falling foul of the new authorities most people have developed a code name for the king who died in exile.
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 RezaPahlaviFans.blogspot.com - The Unofficial Fan Site of Reza Pahlavi
Pahlavi, perhaps drawing on diplomatic skills he's honed in the quarter-century since his father, the shah of Iran, was deposed in 1979, gracefully called it "overall.
Pahlavi should know, and not only because he is the son of Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who for a time made Iran the linchpin of Middle Eastern stability and set his country on a course toward modernity and prosperity.
Pahlavi is in constant contact with people all over his homeland, including curious students who turn to him as a link with a more liberal past and also to exchange thoughts about a democratic future.
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 Royalty.nu - The Last Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi & the Pahlavi Family
Iran and the Rise of Reza Shah: From Qajar Collapse to Pahlavi Rule by Cyrus Ghani.
The Turban for the Crown: The Islamic Revolution in Iran by Said Amir Arjomand is a history of the revolution that overthrew the shah.
Crisis in Iran: Death of the Shah and the Hostage Crisis.
www.royalty.nu /MiddleEast/Iran/Pahlavi.html   (760 words)

 Human Events Online Exclusive Interview: With The Heir Of The Ousted King of Iran; Reza Pahlavi, Who Plans To Overthrow ...
Iran / Persia would never become Imperialist again; Reza Pahlavi knows that, he can function as a leading figure to give voice to the voiceless Iranians who are suffering within Iran and help to lead Iran to a bright democratic future.
Pahlavi, who lives in exile in the United States, said he has been in contact with elements of the Revolutionary Guard that would be willing to play such a role, and activists who could help spark the civil disobedience.
Iran is the only country that has the most pro-Western people with the most anti-Western government - unlike the rest of the countries in the region.
www.venusproject.com /ecs/Overthrow_Iran_Regime.html   (4688 words)

 Iran News Watch: Thursday, June 09, 2005
Reza Pahlavi of Iran Announces Hunger Strike in Support of Iranian Political Prisoners
Reza Pahlavi of Iran, in response to a direct invitation by political prisoners in Iran, pledged his solidarity and announced his plans to go on a three day hunger strike starting Friday, June 10.
Highlighting the demands of the communique, Reza Pahlavi said, "Iranians of all walks of life demand: freedom of speech; the unequivocal observance of human rights, by the regime; the immediate release of all political prisoners.
www.irannewswatch.com /archive/2005_06_09_archive.html   (601 words)

 Amazon.com: Winds of Change: The Future of Democracy in Iran: Books: Reza Pahlavi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
REZA PAHLAVI is the elder son of H.I.M. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the late Shah of Iran, and of H.I.M. Farah Pahlavi, Shahbanou of Iran.
Pahlavi is keenly aware who his audience is and much of his discussion of Iran's struggle references similar situations here in the cradle of liberty.
Reza Pahlavi who in a way kind of represents my generation is as helpless as all who belong to that generation living in Iran and abroad.
www.amazon.com /Winds-Change-Future-Democracy-Iran/dp/089526191X   (2163 words)

 History of Iran: Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi
ohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (1919-80), king of Iran (1941-1979), was born in Tehran on October 26, 1919, the eldest son of Reza Shah.
He returned to Iran in 1935, and enrolled in a Tehran military school, from which he graduated in 1938.
They forced Reza Shah to abdicate, and in the absence of a viable alternative, permitted Mohammad Reza to assume the throne.
www.iranchamber.com /history/mohammad_rezashah/mohammad_rezashah.php   (728 words)

 [FREE IRAN Project] In The Spirit Of Cyrus The Great :: View topic - Prince Reza Pahlavi: Despicable Ahmadinejad, ...
Reza Pahlavi, the son of the Shah of Iran deposed in 1979, was held by Nadezhda Popova.
Reza Pahlavi: Bi pardeh begooyam: melate Iran az daste negh zanane herfee, hesabgarane bazar syasat va moda-eyane bi mayee keh etehad ra ba "shayad", mobarezeh ra ba "ama" va azadi mihan ra ba "shart va shoroot" be moamele nahadeand, khasteh shodehAnd!...
Pahlavi, whose father, Iran's last shah, was deposed in the 1979 Islamic revolution, lives outside Washington, D.C. He is one of a number of Iranian opposition leaders living in exile.
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 IranPressNews (English): REZA PAHLAVI OF IRAN Statement at the National Press Club
It is the leader of the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iran who for twenty years was nurtured and prepared for his present role by the leaders of the Islamic Republic.
When Iran’s protégés have the money, information, and support from those who are masters of manipulation, intimidation and violence against their political opponents, they have a strong upper-hand against their rivals in a nascent democracy such as Iraq.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is why Iran needs the bomb: to neutralize the conventional military superiority of the West, and continue to use terrorism and low intensity violence without the fear of escalation to high intensity conventional warfare.
www.iranpressnews.com /english/source/011161.html   (1461 words)

 BBC NEWS | Middle East | Profile: Reza Pahlavi
Reza Pahlavi is the eldest son of the former Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
But since the reformists' poor showing in local Iranian elections in early 2003, there are signs Reza Pahlavi is seeking to broaden his constituency in a possible bid for a future political role.
Comparing the situation in Iran to the economic decline of 1978, which precipitated the Islamic Revolution, he said he was committed to "non-violent civil disobedience".
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/middle_east/3053421.stm   (426 words)

 KRSI: Radio Sedaye Iran راديو صدای ايران
Fahey was an in depth and thoughtful discussion of the historic and academic facts regarding the Persian Gulf," said Reza Pahlavi of Iran.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Reza Pahlavi of Iran was received, on Friday, December 3rd, by John M. Fahey, Jr., President and CEO, of the National Geographic Society for the purpose of bringing clarity to the issue of National Geographic's recent usage of a secondary name (Arabian Gulf) for the Persian Gulf.
Pahlavi that his organization was respectful and fully cognizant of the level and depth of sentiment among Iranians on the matter, disclosing that his organization was in the midst of an in depth study and reflection on the merits of the use of a secondary name for the Persian Gulf.
www.krsi.net /news/detail.asp?NewsID=856   (387 words)

 Secretariet of Reza Pahlavi :: Reza Pahlavi of Iran Announces Hunger Strike in Support of Iranian Political Prisoners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
"Solidarity with political prisoners of Iran and support for the legitimate quest for freedom, human rights and economic opportunity in Iran transcends all political boundaries and ideologies," said Reza Pahlavi, opposition leader to the clerical regime of Iran.
Reza Pahlavi, who has been leading a campaign of political defiance against the Theocracy of Iran, is the former Crown Prince of Iran.
Author of Winds of Change, The Future of Democracy in Iran, he is a Political Science graduate of the University of Southern California.
sev.prnewswire.com /government/20050609/DCW04808062005-1.html   (273 words)

 Reza Pahlavi | Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Since the establishment of the clerical regime in Iran, and the passing of his father, the late Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi has been a leading and vocal advocate of the principles of freedom, democracy and human rights for his countrymen.
In 1978, Reza Pahlavi, then Crown Prince of Iran, left his homeland to complete his higher education in the United States.
Born on October 31, 1960, in Tehran, Iran, Reza Pahlavi is the eldest of four.
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 Iran's Reza Pahlavi - Pravda.Ru
But some of the statements attributed to Pahlavi suggest that there's a dangerous streak of kingly greed that fuels his motives and that he merely covets the throne for personal reasons and, in order to get it, is willing to sell out the Iranian people in the process.
This Shah of Iran was embroiled in the CIA coup that ousted quixotic Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadeq and was a pawn of successive American administrations during the Cold War, which pitted the USSR against the USA.
Iran has been working for generations to acquire nuclear energy generation capability (no doubt some of the weapons grade by-products of that capability too).
english.pravda.ru /mailbox/22/98/387/9807_pahlavi.html   (2026 words)

 Reza Pahlavi Offers Senators ThreePronged Approach on Iran...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Agreeing that war was not an option, Senator Santorum said, of Reza Pahlavi: "He is a leading and enthusiastic advocate of the principals of freedom, democracy and human rights for his countrymen;" adding that "Reza Pahlavi has upheld the honor of his country in a time of upheaval and darkness."
Earlier this summer, as part of his continuous campaign against the clerical regime, Reza Pahlavi was received at the French National Assembly where he addressed over 40 French lawmakers, pressing them and other senior policy makers on issues relating to the democratic movement in his homeland.
Leading a campaign of political defiance against the militant Islamist regime of Iran, Reza Pahlavi is the former Crown Prince of Iran.
releases.usnewswire.com /GetRelease.asp?id=72478   (301 words)

 IranianVoice.org - U.S. Congressman Brad Sherman Hosts Reza Pahlavi
Sherman and Pahlavi focused on ways the United States could encourage a free and secular democratic future for the people of Iran.
Sherman is particularly concerned about Iran obtaining nuclear weapons and he has been a lead advocate of a tough line against the clerical regime in Iran and countries that invest in Iran.
Reza Pahlavi, the former crown prince of Iran, leads a campaign of political defiance against Iran's clerical regime.
www.a-listonline.com /iran/html/article851.html   (437 words)

 [FREE IRAN Project] In The Spirit Of Cyrus The Great :: View topic - Prince Reza Pahlavi of Iran Announces Hunger Strike
Pahlavi was poised to carry out his hunger strike publicly outside government buildings in Los Angeles, the hub of a region that is home to around 600,000 Iranian expatriates.
REZA Pahlavi, oldest son of the late Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, today announced he will hold a three-day fast on behalf of political prisoners in Iran.
"Reza Pahlavi, in response to a direct invitation by political prisoners in Iran, pledged his solidarity and announced his plans to go on a three day hunger strike starting Friday, June 10," said a statement from Mr Pahlavi, an opposition leader to the clerical regime of Iran.
www.activistchat.com /phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=6023   (3230 words)

 FOXNews.com - Reza Pahlavi on Growing Showdown With Iran - FOX Network The Journal Editorial Report
PAHLAVI: Well, first of all, I think that, if there is a sanction package considered, it has to be part of a much more profound strategy and policy.
PAHLAVI: Well, I think this is one of those very rare cases that the world is dealing with an unconventional state in the sense that, at the end of the day, this regime doesn't care about Iran or Iranians.
PAHLAVI: Well, first of all, Khatami had the chance when he was president for eight years and he didn't do anything when he was in power.
www.foxnews.com /story/0,2933,215520,00.html   (1265 words)

 Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and Iran's Monarchy Constitution, Mashrouteh
Mashrouteh, Iran's Monarchy Constitution and illegitimate amendment by Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi in 1950
In 1950 the Iran's Monarchy Constitution, Mashrouteh, was ruined towards absolute dictatorship by Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi.
According to the last 150 years of Iran's history, the kings of Iran, who were all dictators, either were killed by the people or died in exile, except Mozzafar-oddin Shah Qajar who signed the Iran's Monarchy Constitution, in 1906.
www.angelfire.com /home/iran/election.html   (240 words)

 Mohammed Reza Pahlavi
The Dynamics of the Iranian Revolution : The Pahlavis' Triumph and Tragedy by Jahangir Amuzegar
Reza Pahlavi became Shah of Iran upon his father's abdication in 1941.
In 1963, Pahlavi began a campaign of modernization that was met by increasing opposition from Muslim fundamentalists.
www.multied.com /bio/people/Phalavi.html   (110 words)

 Reza Pahlavi of Iran Announces Hunger Strike in Support of Iranian Political Prisoners - Persian Journal Iran news, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
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 Congressman Brad Sherman Hosts Reza Pahlavi of Iran   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
But Iranians like Reza Pahlavi because he doesn't wantt o bring a dictatorship like his fathers regime.
I met Reza Pahlavi once when he was taking his flight training at Reese Air Force Base in Lubbock, Texas in the late 70's.
His father was kicked out of Iran a year later in, I think, 1979.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/887581/posts   (1125 words)

 Iran's Reza Pahlavi
The omnipresent neo-conservative kingmakers are at it again, this time with the eloquent and dashing Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, eldest son of the former enigmatic Iranian King of Kings, Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi, who ruled Iran from 1941 until his exile in 1979.
A visit to Pahlavi's excellent website (www.rezapahlavi.org) features noted "peace" author Gene Sharp's work Dictatorship to Democracy and The Politics of NonViolent Action, plus assorted other works on removing totalitarian regimes through peaceful means.
But the trappings of power, fear of opposition groups, and insensitivity towards Islam (Arab Muslims conquered Iran in roughly 650 BCE) led him, like his father, into an insular dictatorship and all the wretched practices that method entails.
www.globalresearch.ca /articles/STA304B.html   (1775 words)

 Imperial Iran of the Pahlavi Dynasty by Shahram Razavi on Worldisround   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Imperial Iran of the Pahlavi Dynasty by Shahram Razavi on Worldisround
Former Crown Prince Cyrus Reza Pahlavi at the coronation in Tehran...
Razavi, Your collection of Pahlavi dynasty was biriliant and exciting, I am a general physicain and a faitful devotee to Islamic republic of Iran, but your work in collecting pieces of one important part of history of our dear country is admireable and excellent.
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