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    * Abdolhossein Mirza Farmanfarma *

    Nosratoddoleh, Salar Lashkar

    عبدالحسين ميرزا فرمانفرما ، نصرت الدوله،سالار لشکر،فرمانفرما


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    Abdolhossein Mirza Farmanfarma was an Iranian politician, governor of Fars province. Abdolhossein was the second son of Firooz Mirza Nosratoddoleh Farmanfarma (Mohammad Shah's brother) born in 1274 (LH). After finishing primary school, he entered Darolfonoon by Naseroddin Shah’s order and after his father's death, he was called Nosratoddoleh.He married Ezzatossaltaneh (daughter of Mozaffaroddin Shah and grand-daughter of Amirkabir) and became a trustee for the Crown Prince. At the age of 35, he was entitled Salar Lashkar and head of the Azerbaijan army where he became the governor. Then he was appointed the governor of Kerman and then the governor of Tehran at the age of 40. He fell in disagreement with Aminossoltan, the Vezir and because of his influence at court, provided his dismissal. Then he became the Minister of War. Soon after that he was dismissed and set to exile in Iraq. His wife Princess Ezzatossaltaneh fled with him into exile and stayed with him for five years.In the first Constitutional Monarchy cabinet, he was the Minister of Justice before becoming Prime Minister.Farmanfarma had 31 children (36 according to some other accounts). During the Pahlavi Dynasty, his influence started diminishing but most of his children became influential personalities.Although he was a keen, aggressive, wise and a man of discipline, he lost his mental order after losing his eldest son Firooz Mirza. After a short time, he died in Tehran at the age of 82.He was one of few Iranians who earned the British Order of St MichaMirza Farmanfarma was an Iranian politician, governor of Fars province. Abdolhossein was the second son of Firooz Mirza Nosratoddoleh Farmanfarma (Mohammad Shah's brother) born in 1274 (LH). After finishing primary school, he entered Darolfonoon by Naseroddin Shah’s order and after his father's death, he was called Nosratoddoleh.He married Ezzatossaltaneh (daughter of Mozaffaroddin Shah and grand-daughter of Amirkabir) and became a trustee for the Crown Prince. At the age of 35, he was entitled Salar Lashkar and head of the Azerbaijan army where he became the governor. Then he was appointed the governor of Kerman and then the governor of Tehran at the age of 40. He fell in disagreement with Aminossoltan, the Vezir and because of his influence at court, provided his dismissal. Then he became the Minister of War. Soon after that he was dismissed and set to exile in Iraq. His wife Princess Ezzatossaltaneh fled with him into exile and stayed with him for five years.In the first Constitutional Monarchy cabinet, he was the Minister of Justice before becoming Prime Minister.Farmanfarma had 31 children (36 according to some other accounts). During the Pahlavi Dynasty, his influence started diminishing but most of his children became influential personalities.Although he was a keen, aggressive, wise and a man of discipline, he lost his mental order after losing his eldest son Firooz Mirza. After a short time, he died in Tehran at the age of 82.He was one of few Iranians who earned the British Order of St Michael and St George.

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