A review on the consequences of the monopoly of foreign trade
The huge money deposits of Iranians in the banks of Swiss and other countries , brought Iran to disrepute after the World War ||. Some analysts believed that the cause was the enforcement of the monopoly of foreign trade law.
News ID: 210 Publish Date : 2021/04/05
Reza Shah era was the time of fundamental reformations in the country. The reformations consist of a big range of positive and negative changes. Although the insights are sometimes paradoxical, but there's less doubt on the negative and anti-development actions of Shah. Even the supportive documents and resources have mentioned these actions. Although the documents from Den of Spies mostly cover Muhammadreza Shah era, but we can find information about Reza Shah era in some cases.
News ID: 207 Publish Date : 2021/02/28
On February 27, 1971, SAVAK announced in a confidential report, "Achieving a position in the Ministry of Education during the reign of Ms. Farrokh Ro Parsa has been monetized; and everyone can reach different positions by paying certain rates."
News ID: 205 Publish Date : 2021/02/21
Rise of Reza Khan Mirpanj and establishment of Pahlavi monarchy was in fact destruction of parliamentary government’s achievements and further autocracy of England in Iran such that it influenced Iran’s relations with other countries. In the second decade ...
News ID: 202 Publish Date : 2021/02/08
The Pahlavi regime was highly dependent on foreigners; On the one hand, the regime was seeking to fulfill their intentions, and on the other hand, it needed their experiences to eliminate the traditional-religious structures of the country. Reza Khan, with the help of Britain, abolished the Qajar dynasty and established the Pahlavi dynasty.
News ID: 196 Publish Date : 2021/01/27
Gavin Hambley, the History Professor from University of Texas, Dallas, United States has participated in authoring the book "History of Iran" published by University of Cambridge. He has mentioned the violence of Pahlavi dynasty: "During the Pahlavi era, there is no darker part than chasing and oppressing the tribes by Reza Shah mercenaries.
News ID: 182 Publish Date : 2021/01/06
Based on historical documents we know that the United Kingdom put Reza Khan to power to achieve its goals namely oppressing the tribes, oil depredation, keeping Iran as a backward country, signing international contract to the detriment of the country.
News ID: 179 Publish Date : 2020/12/20
Reza Shah pursued a reformist policy since the very beginning of his rule. This policy was implemented through consultation with westernized advisors, who were devoid of any basic and indigenous mindset. As a result, there was an inevitable and serious confrontation between these policies and Islamic values. In addition, Reza Shah was essentially a person who did not believe in these values. Reza Shah’s reforms were actually based on three pillars:
nationalism; modernism; and concentration of power. De-Islamization and confrontation with Shiite clerics were definite consequences of these reforms.
News ID: 153 Publish Date : 2020/07/04