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Who is Ahmad Kasravi?
Ahmad Kasravi, was a notable Iranian linguist, historian, and reformer.
- also known as Aḥmad Kasravī, Ahmad Kasravī-ye Tabrīzī
- born on (125 years ago) in Tabriz, child of Mir Qasim
- nationality: Iran
- education: English Language at American Memorial School in Tabriz since
- profession: Writer
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- died on (69 years ago) in Tehran of assassination
- written works: "On Islam and Shiʻism", "History of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution", "The 18 Year History of Azarbaijan", "The Forgotten Kings", "The 500 Year History of Khuzestan", "A Brief History of The Lion and Sun", "Sheikh Safi and His Progeny", "Azari or the Ancient Language of Azerbaijan", "Bahaism", "Sufism", "The Pure Language", "The Persian Language", "The Sacred Foundation", "Obscure Dynasties", "On Philosophy", "Is It Culture Or Deception?", "Religion And The World", "On "Rational Faculties"", "What Does Hafez Say?", "On the Path of Politics", "On Soul"
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by Daniel R. Woolf
and the Iranian historian Ahmad Kasravi (1890- 1946). Twentieth-century Iran has been the subject of numerous studies by both ...
by D.R. Woolf
and the Iranian historian Ahmad Kasravi (1890 —1946). Twentieth—century Iran has been the subject of numerous studies by ...
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