Iran's Constitutional Revolution
Iran's Constitutional Revolution by Nasim Khalili assesses the political, cultural and philosophical context of the revolution.
IBNA: Many revolutions in the world have failed to reach what they were expected to lead to and the Iranian Constitutional Revolution is not exception, which led to the Reza Khan dictatorship. Some call it the "quiet revolution" which was formed to oppose Iran's long-time emperorship and finished to enhance its influence.
The book is a volume of a collection titled as the History of the World. Each volume of the series considers an era since the old Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt until the present and tries to examine the cultural context of historical events through a simple language addressing the nonprofessional by using literary descriptions of the events.
The book is arranged in seven chapters. Shah and his Entourage, Ullma go to Shah Abdolazim, the Furious Shah and Towards the Capital are some of the chapters.
Phoenix Publication Institute has published the book in the Iranian book market.
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