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Full Access Возвращаясь к вопросу о характере государственного “переворота 3 хута”

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Возвращаясь к вопросу о характере государственного “переворота 3 хута”

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Among those main problems, related to the modern history of Iran that haven’t been explored properly neither by the Western, nor by the Soviet students, the issue of the character of 1921’s Coup d’etat still preserves its scientific actuality. The examination of character of the Coup d’etat of 1921 in Iran has a significant importance for the impartial assessment and analyses of the principal moments that took place in the socio-political development of the Iranian society during the crises of Qajar monarchy. Despite of assertion of some Soviet authors, the Coup d’etat of 1921 wasn’t a result of some structural changes in the Iranian society, but it was imposed by the foreign force and had definite political character. Nevertheless, it became a turning point on the way leading to the regime change and establishment of the modern social relations in Iran.

Affiliations: 1: Center for Iranian Studies, Tel Aviv University, Israel, nteroganov@yahoo.com

Among those main problems, related to the modern history of Iran that haven’t been explored properly neither by the Western, nor by the Soviet students, the issue of the character of 1921’s Coup d’etat still preserves its scientific actuality. The examination of character of the Coup d’etat of 1921 in Iran has a significant importance for the impartial assessment and analyses of the principal moments that took place in the socio-political development of the Iranian society during the crises of Qajar monarchy. Despite of assertion of some Soviet authors, the Coup d’etat of 1921 wasn’t a result of some structural changes in the Iranian society, but it was imposed by the foreign force and had definite political character. Nevertheless, it became a turning point on the way leading to the regime change and establishment of the modern social relations in Iran.

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