Iran : a social and political history since the Qajars / Yann Richard.
By: Richard, Yann.Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, .Description: xvii, 351 p.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781108476836; 9781108701624.Uniform titles: Iran de 1800 à nos jours. English Subject(s): Iran -- History | ისტორია | ირანის ისტორია | ირანის სოციალური და პოლიტიკური ისტორია ყაჯარების დინასტიიდანDDC classification: 955
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"This edition is a revised, expanded and updated translation of L'Iran de 1800 a nos jours, published by Flammarion, 2009 and 2016, and previously published as L'Iran: naissance d'une republique islamique by La Martiniere, 2006."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Iran under the Qajars -- Three Shahs, three wars, three reformers (1797-1896) -- From revolts to the revolution (1880-1906) -- The constitutional revolution: from illusion to reality (1905-08) -- The nationalists' bitter victory (1908-12) -- Iran in the great war -- The end of the Qajars -- Reza Khan to Reza Shah: defender of the nation -- From Persia to Iran: foreign relations -- The democratic awakening (1941-53) -- The last reign of an immortal kingdom, Mohammad-Reza Shah -- An Islamic republic in Iran.
"Iran under the Qajars During its long history, Persia witnessed numerous invasions. But each time it took revenge on its assailants, who were generally from Central Asia, by turning them into Iranians through a culture of assimilation. In 1722, the army of the ruler of Qandahar, once again from the East, took Isfahan and brought an end to the ruling Safavid dynasty. Persia thus became a battlefield between dynasties that were unable to permanently establish themselves. This continued until the end of the eighteenth century, when the Qajars were finally able to take power. It is to this period that we now turn in order to understand the difficult relationship between Shiism and politics and how a conventional monarchy was able to give birth to an Islamic republic. It was also at this time that the European empires began to take an interest in Iran and to drag it into the modern world"--