Madrasa Nezam

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Madrasa Nezam was a military academy located in Shah's Garden (now Hor Square), Tehran. The academy was founded by Maj. Gen. Mohammed Nakhchivan. Notable students include Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Hossein Fardoust. [1]

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References

  1. Najmi, Nasser (1994). Political Actors in the Reza Shah and Mohammad Reza Shah Era. Tehran: Einstein Press.