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The Body of Reza Shah The Great, The Monarch who welfed ancient Persia into modern Iran, was taken to tehran from Cairo May 7, 1943, and buried with elaborate ceremony in the Iranian capital [Caption/News]. More than 200.000 attended the rites. Reza Shah died in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1943 after being forced from his throne as Pro-German British and Soviet Military Forces. The Present Shah, dressed in civilian clothes with Ceremonial Sash, follows his Father's coffin during the…

dr funerals from Cairo to Tehran was taken on May 1943

A LARGE QAJAR OR PAHLAVI MILITARY EMBLEM PAINTED ON WOOD, PERSIA, CIRCA 1900; the lion is a symbol of strength, and of solar power.

A Large Qajar or Pahlavi military emblem painted on wood, Persia, circa 1900

کتابخانه بریتانیا یک میلیون عکس را به صورت رایگان در سایت فلیکر قرار داد- عکس‌های کم‌نظیری از ایران در میان این عکس‌ها

کتابخانه بریتانیا یک میلیون عکس را به صورت رایگان در سایت فلیکر قرار داد- عکس‌های کم‌نظیری از ایران در میان این عکس‌ها

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Forough Farrokhzad

Rare stylish picture of Forough Farrokhzad. First time seeing this pic.

Shah and Shahbanu of Iran on Nowruz Persian New Year

Iran Politics Club: Mohammad Reza Shah & Shahbanu Farah Pahlavi Photo Album 5 – Ahreeman X

Vogue - Iran Dec 1969

vintage everyday: These 40 Glamorous Shots from Fashion Magazines Reveal How Iranian Women Dressed Before the Islamic Revolution

The Shah of Iran saluting Winston Churchill on the occasion of Churchill's 69th birthday at the close of the Tripartite Conference of Tehran, November 1943. On the far left is Ali Soheili, serving his second term as Prime Minister of Iran. The picture was taken by the Iranian press. Churchill is shown wearing his honorary air commodore's uniform.

Shah churchill - Iran–United Kingdom relations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Iran's Last Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

Portrait of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (Tehran, Iran, last Shah of Iran from 1941 to 1979

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