Jungle Movement

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Updated: Sunday 27th June 2010

Jungle Movement Definition

The Jungle movement, leaded by Mirza Khouchak Khan was a rebellion against the Qajar rule as an extension of Constitutional Monarchy Revolution from 1914 to 1921.After Reza Shah came to power, he issued a classified document asking high-ranking security officials to deliver Mirza Kouchak to him, dead or alive, offering a large reward. This document explicitly shows that he was desperately seeking to suppress the Jungle Movement as soon as possible in order to crack down on the new freedom movements mobilized in different parts of Iran asking for republic.

Tags:Constitutional Monarchy, Iran, Jungle Movement, Khan, Mirza, Monarchy, Qajar, Reza Shah, Shah

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