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Heads of the Qajar Imperial Family

The headship of the Imperial Family is inherited by the eldest male descendant of Mohammad Ali Shah. The dynasty continued to use the title of Sultan.

  • Ahmad Shah Qajar (1925-1930)
  • Fereydoun Mirza (1930-1975)
  • Hamid Mirza (1975-1988)
  • Mahmoud Mirza (1988)
  • Ali Mirza Qajar (1988-present)

Heirs Presumptive of the Qajar dynasty

The Heir Presumptive is the Qajar heir to the Persian throne.

  • Ahmad Shah Qajar (1925-1930)
  • Mohammad Hassan Mirza (1930-1943)
  • Fereydoun Mirza (1943-1975)
  • Hamid Mirza (1975-1988)
  • Mohammad Hassan Mirza II (1988-present)

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Amanat (1997), 2-3.
  2. ↑ Hopkirk, 1992.
  3. ↑ Kadjar Family Association, Genealogy and History of Qajar (Kadjar) Rulers and Heads of the Imperial Kadjar House. Retrieved August 23, 2008.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Ghani (1998), I.
  5. ↑ Encyclopedia Iranica, The Qajar Dynasty. Retrieved August 23, 2008.
  6. ↑ Encyclopedia Iranica, Ganja. Retrieved August 23, 2008.
  7. ↑ Nikki R. Keddie, The Iranian Power Structure and Social Change 1800-1969: An Overview, International Journal of Middle East Studies 2 (1) (1971): 3-20.
  8. ↑ Ira Marvin Lapidus, A History of Islamic Societies (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002, ISBN 9780521225526), 469.
  9. ↑ William Bayne Fisher, The Cambridge History of Iran: Volume I. The Land of Iran (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1991, ISBN 9780521069359), 145-146.
  10. ↑ Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, 52 and 45.
  11. ↑ Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, 70.
  12. ↑ Kadjar Family Association, Home Page. Retrieved August 23, 2008.

References

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  • Bos, Matthijs van den. 2002. Mystic Regimes Sufism and the State in Iran, From the Late Qajar Era to the Islamic Republic. Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia, v. 83. Leiden, NL: Brill. ISBN 9781417506781.
  • Bosworth, Clifford Edmund, Carole Hillenbrand, and L.P. Elwell-Sutton. 1983. Qajar Iran: Political, Social, and Cultural Change, 1800-1925. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780852244593.
  • Farmanfarmaian, Roxane. 2008. War and Peace in Qajar Persia: Implications Past and Present. History and Society in the Islamic World. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415421195.
  • Fasāʹī, Ḥasan ibn Ḥasan, and Heribert Busse. 1972. History of Persia under Qajar Rule. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231031974.
  • Ghanī, Sīrūs. 1998. Iran and the Rise of Reza Shah: From Qajar Collapse to Pahlavi Rule. London, UK: I.B. Tauris. ISBN 9781860642586.
  • Gleave, R. 2005. Religion and Society in Qajar Iran. London, UK: Routledge Curzon. ISBN 9780415338141.
  • Hopkirk, Peter. 1992. The Great Game: The Struggle for Empire in Central Asia. New York, NY: Kodansha International. ISBN 9784770017031.
  • Lambton, Ann K.S. 1988. Qājār Persia: Eleven Studies. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. ISBN 9780292769007.
  • Majd, Mohammad Gholi. 2008. From Qajar to Pahlavi: Iran, 1919-1930. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. ISBN 9780761840299.
  • Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. 1980. Answer to History. Briarckiff Manor, NY: Stein and Day. ISBN 0812827554.
  • Mottahedeh, Negar. 2008. Representing the Unpresentable: Historical Images of National Reform from the Qajars to the Islamic Republic of Iran. Gender, Culture, and Politics in the Middle East. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. ISBN 9780815631798.

External links

All links retrieved June 17, 2019.

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