The year 1924 A.D.

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February, 9, 1924 A.D.:
Nakhjevan Declares Independence

Nakhjevan declared its independence on this day, Feb, 9, 1924. After years of war, Nakhjevan was separated from Iran after a battle in 1818 and became part of Russia according to Turkmenchai Treaty in 1828. In 1918, it was separated by Armenia from Azerbaijan. Being part of Transcaucasia, Nakhjevan ... Read Full Article:


February, 11, 1924 A.D.:
Majlis Fifth Term Begins

The Persian legislative election of 1923 was held in November 1923 after the appointment of Reza Pahlavi as Prime Minister by Ahmad Shah Qajar. It was the last election in the Qajar Dynasty. Parliament opened on 11 February 1924.The fifth Majlis was convened on Feb, 11, 1924. Majlis became the scene... Read Full Article:


July, 8, 1924 A.D.:
North Petroleum Decree Approved

In 1924, the ministry of common wealth announced that all Qajar decrees related to mining should be registered and approved, otherwise they would be invalid. 23 decrees were presented of which only the one signed by Naseroddin Shah in 1880 was approved. This raised suspicion among people for there w... Read Full Article:


July, 18, 1924 A.D.:
Mob Murders U. S. Vice Consul In Tehran

At the Arlington cemetery in Texas, U.S.A. lies Robert Whitney Imbrie who became victim of a mob attack in Tehran. The unfortunate event created a scar in the face of the Iranian history. It was the time of a transition from Qajar to Pahlavi dynasty after the collapse of the republican movement in M... Read Full Article:

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