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October, 25

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October, 25, 449 B.C.:
Callias Teaty Ends Greco Persian Wars

After a series of battles between Persians and Greeks that lasted for almost half a century, an Athenian statesman named Callias was sent to Susa to offer peace in.449 B.C. King Artaxerxes I approved the terms and the Callias Peace Treaty was signed between Greece and Iran. According to this treaty,... Read Full Article:


October, 25, 1833 A.D.:
Abbas Mirza Dies

Abbas Mirza, the son of Fathali Shah was named the Crown Prince to ascend the throne as the third Qajar king. However he died one year before his father and took his dreams of the crown to the grave. Born on Aug, 26, 1789, he quickly showed strong military abilities and tried to modernize the Irania... Read Full Article:


October, 25, 1923 A.D.:
Sardar Sepah Becomes Prime Minister

Ahmad Shah, the last Qajar king appointed Reza Pahlavi as the new Prime Minister and left for Europe eight days later. It's not clear what exactly happened between Reza Pahlavi and General Ironside in 1921 but the world power balance was changing and Reza Pahlavi took the power in his own hands. Ahm... Read Full Article:


October, 25, 1939 A.D.:
Majlis Twelveth Terms Begins

The 12th Majlis term started on Oct, 25, 1939 and officially inaugurated on Nov, 2. Reza Shah attended the inauguration ceremony on Oct, 26 though he was a dictator who had no tolerance for opposition voices and Majlis elections were just formalities. Most of political dissidents were either killed,... Read Full Article:


October, 25, 1961 A.D.:
Amirkabir Dam Inaugurated

Inauguration ceremonies of the Amirkabir Dam took place on Oct, 25, 1961. Mohammad Reza Shah attended the ceremony.The initial studies for Amirkabir Dam took 22 years until 1956 when formal proceedings began and the final plan was approved in 1960. The Amirkabir Dam was constructed on the Karaj rive... Read Full Article:

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