Sattat Khan honorarily titled National Commander was a pivotal figure in the Iranian Constitutional Revolution and is considered by many Iranians to be a national hero and is subject of poems and songs. Sattar Khan rose from obscurity to head Constitutionalist rebels from the Amirkhiz district of Tabriz. By 1907, he had become a favored leader of the rebels. In June 1908, under the leadership of Sattar Khan, a High Military Council was established.
Azerbaijan Girl. Parvin Etesami (March 16, 1907– April 5, 1941), was a 20th century Persian poet. She was born in Tabriz to Mirza Yusuf Etesami Ashtiani (E’tesam-al-Molk), who in turn was the son of Mirza Ebrahim Khan Mostawfi Etesam-al-Molk. Mirza Ebrahim Khan Mostawfi Etesam-al-Molk was originally from Ashtiyan, but moved to Tabriz and was appointed financial controller of the province of Azerbaijan by the Qajar administration. Her family moved to Tehran early in her life
Bahram Bayzai Film Director Bahrām Beyzāi is an Iranian film director, theatre director, screenwriter, playwright, film editor, producer, and researcher. Bahram Beyzai is the son of the poet Ostād Ne'mat'ollāh Beyzāi. Wikipedia Born: December 26, 1938 (age 74), Tehran, Iran Education: University of Tehran Movies: Bashu, the Little Stranger, Ballad of Tara, Season Five Children: Niloofar Beyzaie
Dr. Mehrdad Mashayekhi was born in Tehran, Iran, and then resided in the U.S. from 1972 to the present. He received a B.A. and M.A. in economics (respectively from Case Western Reserve University and The American University), and a Ph.D. in Sociology from The American University in 1986.