Qajar government and Urmia crisis in World War I
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With the start of World War I, despite Iran's Expression of neutrality by Ahmad Shah Qajar, Iran involve in War and some of Iran's cities occupied by the forces of Russia, England and Ottoman Empire. Among the occupied territories, Azerbaijan and the city of Urmia and environs crashed Deep due to ethnic Variety, religious diversity, and differences in the way of life. The purpose of this article to review and analyze the performance of the Iran government in controlling the Urmia crisis. This research tries to answer the question by studying the causes of the crisis in Urmia that: What did The Qajar government do to Control the crisis in Urmia and what was the result of those actions? Findings of The research show that the Qajar government tried to control the crisis the through of negotiations with the occupying powers to withdraw forces from Azerbaijan, dispatch the crown prince to Tabriz and changing the governors of Urmia, but due to the central government weakness, the growing financial crisis, and the lack of available military force Could not have achieved a crisis management. The method of this research is a historical one with an analytical descriptive approach
Historical Study of War, Volume:2 Issue: 4, 2019
49 to 76  
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