مركز وثائق الثورة الإسلامية

Editorial

The decline of the Pahlavi regime according to the court

When the Pahlavi regime reached its peak of drunkenness in the shadow of tyranny and oppression, the Iranian society showed special reactions in this period that these reactions were not hidden from the eyes of the courtiers. Dissatisfaction, the formation of the Islamic Revolution and the defeat of the Pahlavi dynasty were the final link in the political situation during the Pahlavi regime. Signs of decline began to appear in the eye in the mid-1970, and even those who were close to the court could feel it.
Selected Papers
The pioneer of Salafism in Iran
A review of Assadollah Kharghani's political ideas:

The pioneer of Salafism in Iran

The Reasons for the marginalization of national properties in the period of Reza Shah
A review on the consequences of the monopoly of foreign trade

The Reasons for the marginalization of national properties in the period of Reza Shah

The relationship between First Pahlavi and the Foreign Advisors

Two episodes of the encounter between Reza Shah and Millspaugh