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The Persian Empire until modern-day Iran – turbulence, intrigue, zealousness, allure! This is the “story” of Iran, a tumultuous country that has been reassessing its values for several decades. Its historic truths and legends have fascinated all, from the most powerful empire of the Orient under Cyrus II (559-529 BC); to the “forgotten” king, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, a The Persian Empire until modern-day Iran – turbulence, intrigue, zealousness, allure! This is the “story” of Iran, a tumultuous country that has been reassessing its values for several decades. Its historic truths and legends have fascinated all, from the most powerful empire of the Orient under Cyrus II (559-529 BC); to the “forgotten” king, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, an enlightened, Western-friendly dictator (1935); to Ayatollah Khomeini, hermetically ensconced in tradition (from 1980). How did that loathsome despot, Ayatolla Khomeini, swoop in and seize power? At a time when tolerance and authentic values are most needed, the book elaborates the moral portrait of the Ayatollah, which seems to encompass every known defect: hypocrite, liar, demagogue, vile manipulator of the poor, odious criminal, and shrewd politician rather than religious man. Welcomed as a magical, mysterious savior after a “historic flight” from Paris to Tehran, he became an absolute dictator. The book brings to light incontrovertible facts bearing on the future of mankind. Scroll up now to get your copy of From Paris to Tehran - The “Forgotten” King!


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The Persian Empire until modern-day Iran – turbulence, intrigue, zealousness, allure! This is the “story” of Iran, a tumultuous country that has been reassessing its values for several decades. Its historic truths and legends have fascinated all, from the most powerful empire of the Orient under Cyrus II (559-529 BC); to the “forgotten” king, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, a The Persian Empire until modern-day Iran – turbulence, intrigue, zealousness, allure! This is the “story” of Iran, a tumultuous country that has been reassessing its values for several decades. Its historic truths and legends have fascinated all, from the most powerful empire of the Orient under Cyrus II (559-529 BC); to the “forgotten” king, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, an enlightened, Western-friendly dictator (1935); to Ayatollah Khomeini, hermetically ensconced in tradition (from 1980). How did that loathsome despot, Ayatolla Khomeini, swoop in and seize power? At a time when tolerance and authentic values are most needed, the book elaborates the moral portrait of the Ayatollah, which seems to encompass every known defect: hypocrite, liar, demagogue, vile manipulator of the poor, odious criminal, and shrewd politician rather than religious man. Welcomed as a magical, mysterious savior after a “historic flight” from Paris to Tehran, he became an absolute dictator. The book brings to light incontrovertible facts bearing on the future of mankind. Scroll up now to get your copy of From Paris to Tehran - The “Forgotten” King!

30 review for From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jaideep Khanduja

    http://pebbleinthestillwaters.com/fro... From Paris To Tehran by Ozias Marcovici - Great Research Work #BookReview From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici is basically the story of Iran. If you have any interest in history, power, politics, turbulence, or Iran, then this book is for you. In fact, in that case, it becomes an important read for you. http://pebbleinthestillwaters.com/fro... From Paris To Tehran by Ozias Marcovici - Great Research Work #BookReview From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici is basically the story of Iran. If you have any interest in history, power, politics, turbulence, or Iran, then this book is for you. In fact, in that case, it becomes an important read for you. The farthest era this book touches is 559-529 BC when Iran was under the emperorship of Cyrus II. The title of the book relates to one of the most unliked yet powerful dictators of that country. It is none other than Ayatollah Khomeini. This shrewd dictator came to power in 1980. In fact, he is one of the rare entities who were criminal and religious at the same time. As a matter of fact, he was a hard-core dictator, shrewd, criminal, hypocrite, liar, manipulator. It takes a lot of research work to create a historical book like From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici. Chapter 1 begins with The Meeting of Three Titans in 1943 in Tehran. And the journey ends with Chapter 18 with the Title - The Islamic Republic of Iran. In between, you get to know the history of Pahlavi Dynasty. It is interesting to know about Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. In fact, Reza had a significant inclination towards Western countries. And he was a dictator. The book also takes up important incidents like the seizure of the American Embassy and the Nuclear Agreement. If you don't know when and how Iran became the Islamic Republic from an Empire, then this book will tell you all in detail. From Paris To Tehran Is A Fascinating Historical Journey. From Paris To Tehran by Ozias Marcovici is having more in store than you can expect. And that too in a very interesting manner.

  2. 5 out of 5

    My Bookshelf

    From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici beautifully presents the history of the great Persian people with details of Iranian revolution, collapse of the Pahlavi dynasty and life of Ayatollah Khomeini. The book also describes Persian history and current situation on Iran in a very effective manner. It is a fascinating and very well presented book From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici beautifully presents the history of the great Persian people with details of Iranian revolution, collapse of the Pahlavi dynasty and life of Ayatollah Khomeini. The book also describes Persian history and current situation on Iran in a very effective manner. It is a fascinating and very well presented book that blends the history of the Persian Empire with its legends, culture, religion, social life, laws, and various aspects of human nature and humanity. The author deserves a big applause for the great research work that he has done tpo pen this book. I really enjoyed reading about the history of Iran and Iranian revolution, collapse of the Pahlavi dynasty and life of Ayatollah Khomeini. What made the book all the more interesting were the “behind the scenes” factors. The narration is also very lucid and easy to follow. The historic aspects are written in such a simplified manner that it becomes very easy to comprehend the whole scenario. Overall From Paris To Tehran - The Forgotten King: The Fascinating History of Iran, From the Persian Shah to Ayatollah Khomeini's Revolution (Middle Eastern Politics & Biographies) by Ozias Marcovici is an intriguing read and a real page turner. Anyone interested in reading books on historic events must give it a read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Very nice insight into Iran I remember the Shah and this book explains how he fell from power, and although it doesn't say so how we got into this whole Islamic fundamentalist thing not only in Iran but elsewhere. Very nice insight into Iran I remember the Shah and this book explains how he fell from power, and although it doesn't say so how we got into this whole Islamic fundamentalist thing not only in Iran but elsewhere.

  4. 4 out of 5

    David Cook

    This was a free book and now I know why. It is poorly written provides no real analysis as to the way of the revolution. Revolutions always are an uprising over something and all we hear is how great Iran was under the Shah, how evil Carter was and how great Trump will be in opposing Khoemeini aftermath. Since the book is free I have to believe that the glowing reviews on Amazon a calculated attempted to prop up an otherwise dull effort. For one wanting to learn the history of Iran ancient and m This was a free book and now I know why. It is poorly written provides no real analysis as to the way of the revolution. Revolutions always are an uprising over something and all we hear is how great Iran was under the Shah, how evil Carter was and how great Trump will be in opposing Khoemeini aftermath. Since the book is free I have to believe that the glowing reviews on Amazon a calculated attempted to prop up an otherwise dull effort. For one wanting to learn the history of Iran ancient and modern, this is not the book for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Orndorff

    Very exhaustive Exhaustive overview of Iranian history as it pertains to the last century. It ended up being fascinating. Three more words.

  6. 4 out of 5

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