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At this time he was 47 years old. Reza Shah's coronation took place much later, on 25 April From tofigures such as Abdolhossein TeymourtashNosrat ol Dowleh Firouzand Ali Akbar Davar and many other western-educated Iranians emerged to implement modernist plans, such as the construction of railways, a modern judiciary and educational system, and the imposition of changes in traditional attire, and traditional and religious customs and mores.
In the second half of his reign —41which the Shah described as "one-man rule", strong personalities like Davar and Teymourtash were removed, and secularist and Western policies and plans initiated earlier were implemented.
During Reza Shah's sixteen years of rule, major developments, such as large road construction projects and the Trans-Iranian Railway were built, modern education was introduced and the University of Tehranthe first Iranian university, was established.
This movement sought the elimination of the chador from Iranian working society.
Supporters held that the veil impeded physical exercise and the ability of women to enter society and contribute to the progress of the nation. This move met opposition from the Mullahs from the religious establishment.
Reza Shah was the first Iranian Monarch in years who paid respect to the Jews by praying in the synagogue when visiting the Jewish community of Isfahan ; an act that boosted the self-esteem of the Iranian Jews and made Reza Shah their second most respected Iranian leader after Cyrus the Great.
Reza Shah's reforms opened new occupations to Jews and allowed them to leave the ghetto. The interior minister then passed the same names onto the provincial governor-general.
Parliament ceased to be a meaningful institution, and instead became a decorative garb covering the nakedness of military rule. His minister of Imperial Court, Abdolhossein Teymourtashwas accused and convicted of corruption, bribery, misuse of foreign currency regulations, and plans to overthrow the Shah.
He was removed as the minister of court in and died under suspicious circumstances while in prison in September The minister of finance, Prince Nosrat-od-Dowleh Firouz Mirza who played an important role in the first three years of his reign was convicted on similar charges in May and also died in prison in January Ali-Akbar Davarhis minister of justice, was suspected of similar charges and committed suicide in February The elimination of these ministers "deprived" Iran "of her most dynamic figures InReza Shah asked foreign delegates and League of Nations to use the term Iran "Land of the Aryans"the endonym of the country, used by its native people, in formal correspondence.
Since then, in the Western World, the use of the word "Iran" has become more common. This also changed the usage of the names for the Iranian nationality, and the common adjective for citizens of Iran changed from Persian to Iranian.
Persian is the name of one of the ethnic groups of IranPersia locally known as Pars is the name of one of Iran's significant cultural provinces and the Persian language  Although internally the country had been referred to as Iran throughout much of its history since the Sasanian Empiremany countries including the English-speaking world knew the country as Persia, a legacy of the Greeks who referred to the entire country after the province of Pars.
Support and opposition[ edit ] Support for the Shah came principally from three sources. The central "pillar" was the military, where the shah had begun his career.
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The annual defense budget of Iran "increased more than fivefold from to The new modern and expanded state bureaucracy of Iran was another source of support. Its ten civilian ministries employed 90, full-time government workers. This was financed by the Shah's considerable personal wealth which had been built up by forced sales and confiscations of estates, making him "the richest man in Iran". On his abdication Reza Shah "left to his heir a bank account of some three million pounds sterling and estates totaling over 3 million acres.
The tribes bore the brunt of the new order. In Marchhe violated the sanctuary of Qom's Fatima al-Masumeh Shrine to beat a cleric who had angrily admonished Reza Shah's wife for temporarily exposing her face a day earlier while on pilgrimage to Qom.
He announced that female teachers could no longer come to school with head coverings. One of his daughters reviewed a girls' athletic event with an uncovered head. Women were allowed to study in the colleges of law and medicine,  and in a law set heavy fines for cinemas, restaurant, and hotels that did not open their doors to both sexes.
He restricted public mourning observances to one day and required mosques to use chairs instead of the traditional sitting on the floors of mosques. Responding to a cleric who denounced the Shah's "heretical" innovations, corruption and heavy consumer taxes, many bazaaris and villagers took refuge in the shrine, chanting slogans such as "The Shah is a new Yezid.
The standoff was ended when troops from Iranian Azerbaijan arrived and broke into the shrine,  killing dozens and injuring hundreds, and marking a final rupture between Shi'ite clergy and the Shah. He worked to balance British influence with other foreigners and generally to diminish foreign influence in Iran. One of the first acts of the new government after the entrance into Teheran was to tear up the treaty with the Soviet Union.
The Bolsheviks condemned the aggressive foreign policy of Imperial Russiapromised never to interfere in Persia's internal affairs, but reserved the right to occupy it temporarily in the event another power used Persia for an attack on Soviet Russia.
The next year,he surprised the British by unilaterally canceling the oil concession awarded to William Knox D'Arcy and then called Anglo-Persian Oil Companywhich was slated to expire in The British took the dispute before the League of Nations.
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However, before a decision was made by the League, the company and Iran compromised and a new concession was signed on 26 April Among them was U. Reza Shah also purchased ships from Italy and hired Italians to teach his troops the intricacies of naval warfare.
He also imported hundreds of German technicians and advisors for various projects. Mindful of Persia's long period of subservience to British and Russian authority, Reza Shah was careful to avoid giving any one foreign nation too much control. He also insisted that foreign advisors be employed by the Persian government, so that they would not be answerable to foreign powers.
This was based upon his experience with Anglo-Persian, which was owned and operated by the British government. This photograph's inscription reads: In his campaign against foreign influence, he annulled the 19th-century capitulations to Europeans in Under these, Europeans in Iran had enjoyed the privilege of being subject to their own consular courts rather than to the Iranian judiciary.
The right to print money was moved from the British Imperial Bank to his National Bank of Iran Bank-i Melli Iranas was the administration of the telegraph system, from the Indo-European Telegraph Company to the Iranian government, in addition to the collection of customs by Belgian officials. He eventually fired Millspaugh, and prohibited foreigners from administering schools, owning land or traveling in the provinces without police permission.
One complaint about his development program was that the north-south railway line he had built was uneconomical, only serving the British, who had a military presence in the south of Iran and desired the ability to transfer their troops north to Russia, as part of their strategic defence plan.
In contrast, the Shah's regime did not develop what critics believe was an economically justifiable east-west railway system. It was, however, attributed more to the Iranian people than others, particularly the language. Inhe opened The Star of India in Kensington, elevating it to near-legendary status by the time of his untimely passing in Reza was just sixteen years old when he suddenly found himself taking sole charge of things, but rose to the challenge and has since taken the restaurant and his own reputation to international renown.Rich Rezi @ Cinnamon Challenge !
I loved the country, but what put me off was the language and all the bureaucracy. He takes up the story: When we began working together we knew it would be a good time for Reza to open a cookery school, and we soon realised that doing it in France would give us the opportunity to combine our respective dreams.
We cast our net far and wide for about 18 months, I viewed about forty properties and eventually found exactly what I thought we were looking for here in Charente. Later we found out that the house and the family who owned it were once renowned for grand entertaining and fine food. In the attic, we came across an old printed menu in Art Nouveau style, with fifteen courses accompanied by an Champagne.
So we decided to give the house back its former grandeur. This area also lends itself to good produce. You can grow a lot of Mediterranean things We can bring spices from England and establish our own herb garden to service the house — or maybe even get some more land and grow things to sell to local people.
The style is crisp and contemporary, with functionality married to the kind of substance appropriate to the house itself. Natural light streams in through newly-enlarged door and window openings, while the equipment list includes names like Le Creuset, Siemens and Magimix.
The French are really very open to using spices.