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Glimpses Of Shíráz: 1910-1951

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Subsequent to his triumphant return to Shíráz, the Nasruʾd-Dawlih joined hands with his brother, Habíbuʾlláh Khán, the Qavámuʾl-Mulk IV, in order to create tumult resulting in the abdication of the governor-general, the Sahámuʾd-Dawlih, and forcing the latter to quit the city. Before coming to Shíráz, the Sardár-Muʿazam served as the governor-general of Kirmánsháh, and his political proclivities inclined him toward German policies. Of the occurrences during the tenure of ʿAbduʾl-Husayn Mírzá, the Farmán-Farmá, two incidents are particularly noteworthy, as they had the potential to become a serious hazard to the [Baháʾí] community.

Keywords: Nasruʾd-Dawlih; Shíráz



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