The year 1920 A.D.

in the Iranian History

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June, 7, 1920 A.D.:
Red Revolution Committee Of Gilan Founded

After the Bolshevik revolution in Oct, 1917 and collapse of Czar Empire, some Iranians expected a friendlier attitude from the newly founded U.S.S.R., at least by annulling the imposed Turkmenchai Treaty. However, the Bolsheviks dreamt of expanding their bloody empire under the red flag. After bombi... Read Full Article:


July, 8, 1920 A.D.:
Khiabani Uprising In Tabriz

In 1919, Iranian Prime Minister Vosooghoddoleh secretly signed a treaty with Britain that gave the colonist state exclusive rights over Iran’s transportation, military and financial institutions. When the deal with Britain was finally revealed, on top of similar concessions to Russians, waves of ... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1920 A.D.:
British Warning To Iran

Those were times when Britain was enjoying the advantages of being a superpower, bullying in Iran. On Dec, 2, 1920 the British representative gave a notice to the Iranian government to concede all affairs related to Kazak forces to the Great Britain. They wanted everything including management, logi... Read Full Article:


December, 22, 1920 A.D.:
Armitage Settles Iran-Britain Disputes

First disagreements between Iran and Britain arose during the World War I. In Feb, 1915, German and Turkish spies, with the help of some tribal bandits in Khuzestan province plotted bombs that cut oil the oil flow resulting in some damages to British interests. According to D'Arcy Agreement's item #... Read Full Article:

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