Grandeur of Kiani Crown.
He is known with many names:
Reza Pahlavi, is his given name, the alleged claimant to the throne of Mirpanj – aka- Pahlavi Dynasty – aka Savad-Koohi. Third generation to the family of Reza Shah also known by his birth name Reza Savad-Koohi, who was born in the village of Alasht in Savad Kooh county, Mazandaran in 1878. It is believed that Reza Shah Pahlavi's grandmother was a Georgian (from Mazandaran). When Reza was sixteen years old, he joined the Persian Cossack Brigade, in which, years later, he would rise to the rank of Brigadier. He also served in the Iranian Army, where he gained the rank of gunnery sergeant under Qajar Prince Abdol Hossein Mirza Farmanfarma's command.
Reza Savad-Koohi was known as quite intelligent despite his lack of formal education, a trait that unfortunately was not inherited by his son[s] including that of Mohammad Reza Savad-Koohi[Pahlavi] who was PLACED on the throne at the age of 20 something after his father was forced to abdicate the throne by the Anglo-Soviet invasion of Iran in September 16, 1941.
The genealogy of the family was further diluted by the birth of Reza Phalavi II[grand son to Reza Savad-Koohi] on October 31, 1960. Who fled to exile at the age of 19 after the Pahlavi Family decided for the second time, that fleeing and running is much safer than staying and fighting for the country.
As I mentioned before Reza Pahlavi who lived his life in obscurity for most of his life, is known for many names, Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, Clown Prince, Man of little intellect, man who lost billions in family fortune which his father Mohammad Reza Pahlavi had so tryingly stole form the coffers of the nation, man who gained a correspondence degree[BS as in Bull Sh@t] in political science never attending a class room in his life, man who boycotted the elections in Iran but when all the hell broke lose because of rigged election result all of a sudden appeared in media dressed in Green T-shirt shedding crocodile tears for young women and men who were killed by Islamic Regime.
The list goes on and on, which is not the focus of this thread. What is on focus is the shameless, pretentious, opportunistic, manipulative and most of all impotence[Bi Orzegi] of this character in representing anything but marginal at best of any resistance group in Iran.
The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Reza Shah
Michael P. Zirinsky; "Imperial Power and Dictatorship: Britain and the Rise of Reza Shah, 1921-1926", International Journal of Middle East Studies 24 (1992), 639-663, Cambridge University Press.
Paula K. Byers; 1998, "Encyclopedia of World Biography", ISBN 0-7876-2553-1, Pages 116-117, Reza Shah Pahlavi
Ervand, History of Modern Iran, (2008), p.91
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