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November, 15

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November, 15, 988 A.D.:
Foundation Of Ghaznavi Dynasty


Saboktakin, a leader from Ghaz tribal Turks seized Kabul hence founding the Ghaznavi dynasty who ruled mostly in eastern Iran. The most famous ruler of the Ghaznavi dynasty was Sultan Mahmoud Ghaznavi who served Iranian culture despite the fact that he was not Iranian. He attacked eastern India so m... Read Full Article:


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November, 15, 1909 A.D.:
Majlis Second Term Begins


Parliamentary elections were held for the second time in Persia in 1909. The Social Democratic Party won 48% of the seats, whilst the Democratic Party won 24%. The new Parliament convened on 19 November.Azadolmolk, as regent to 13 year old Ahmad Shah formed a committee of 20 members in which followi... Read Full Article:


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November, 15, 1915 A.D.:
Moving The Capital To Isfahan: Shah Undecided


On Nov, 15, the ministry of foreign affairs informed all consulates that Iran has decided to move the capital to Isfahan because Russian armies were advancing towards Tehran. Germans, Austrians and Ottomans had already left Tehran at the same time with some representatives of the parliament that for... Read Full Article:


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November, 15, 1943 A.D.:
Iran Offers Oil Concessions To The U.S.


During the WWII, Iranians tried their best to use the U.S. as a third option against U.K. and U.S.S.R. Early in February 1943, Iranian officials in Washington entered negotiations with the Standard Vacuum oil company. On Nov, 15, 1943, the Iranian PM Soheili officially asked the American Plenipoten... Read Full Article:

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