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190 years pass since signing of Turkmenchay treaty ... 11/02/2018 History
Some 190 years have passed since the signing of the Treaty of Turkmenchay, which had a decisive impact on the destiny of Azerbaijan. The treaty conc...View Details»

Travels with the (Not So) Intrepid Mr. D’Arcy: A Persian Story ... 16/09/2016 Arts
By Daniel Newman “IF STUDENT DIARIES are not often seen as the transformative stuff of history, then they should be,” writes Nile Green proleptically....View Details»

Negareh: Qajar Crown Prince Abbas Mirza.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
A painting from Qajar Crown Prince Abbas Mirza holding a sword: He was a gallant and restless fighter with a vision to modernize the Iranian army but ...View Details»

Negareh: Qajar Aslanduz Battle Russia 1812.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Painting shows Persian victory over Russians in Soltanabad on Feb, 13, 1812.Qajar Prince Abbas Mirza is seen in blue jacket commanding his troops.Russ...View Details»

Negareh: Crown Prince Abbas Mirza Qajar.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Qajar Crown Prince Abbas Mirza modernized the Iranian army and on February 13, 1812 routed Russians at Sultanabad near the Aras River but the taste ...View Details»

Britain Declares War On Iran... 01/11/1856 History
Abbas Mirza's death on his way to Kandahar in 1834, created a power vacuum in Ariana, eastern Iran. The British used this situation to create a shield...View Details»

Death of Mohammad Shah Qajar ... 05/09/1848 History
Mohammad Shah Qajar died on 5, September, 1848 at the age of 40 of gout disease in Mohammadieh Palace which now called Bagh-e Ferdows. Mohammad Shah Q...View Details»

Iran/Ottomans Sign Erzurum Treaty... 02/06/1847 History
The Treaty of Erzurum was indeed a set of two treaties in 1823 and 1847 that settled boundary disputes between the Ottoman Empire and Iran. Although t...View Details»

Mohammad Shah's Coronation... 16/12/1834 History
Crown prince Abbas Mirza had passed away one year before Fathali Shah's death on Oct, 1834. Mohammad Mirza who had entered Tehran in June was appointe...View Details»

Fathali Shah Dies... 23/10/1834 History
Fathali Shah was the nephew of Agha Mohammad Khan who ascended the throne on June, 17, 1797 after his uncle was murdered. His reign marked great terri...View Details»