Ali Mirza Qajar

Ali Mirza Qajar

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Prince Soltan Ali Mirza Kadjar (Qajar) In official international documents the family name of the descendants of Mohammad Ali Shah is spelled in the French way, Kadjar, as opposed to the spelling of the name by the larger family: Qajar, see for the genealogy: L.A. Ferydoun Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn (Khosrovani), Bahman Bayani and Manoutchehr M. Eskandari-Qajar, with kind help of Farhad Diba and Eylah Kadjar, 'The Fath Ali Shah Project: The Descendants of Mohammad Ali Shah', in Qajar Studies, Journal of the International Qajar Studies Association, volume VII (2007) (November 16, 1929 - May 27, 2011) was an Iranian Prince of Qajar Dynasty and the son of Soltan Majid Mirza Qajar (1907-1975) and Homadokht Kian (Shayesteh Khanoum) (1912-1992) and the grandson of Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar. He was the Head of the Qajar Imperial Family. Despite Soltan Ali Mirza Qajar being Head of the Qajar Imperial Family, the Qajar claimant to the Peacock Throne was the Heir Presumptive Mohammad Hassan Mirza II, son of Soltan Hamid Mirza and grandson of Soltan Ahmad Shah's brother and successor in exile, Mohammad Hassan Mirza Qajar.

Kaanoun-e Khanevadegi-e Ghajar (after 1999 Kadjar Family Association also named Qajar Family Association: KFA/QFA) was founded in Tehran under the presidency of Nosrat-os-Saltaneh son of Mozaffar al-Din Shah and Yamin-ed-Dowleh son of Naser al-Din Shah. It was dissolved two years after its founding. In 1999 under the presidency of Prince...
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