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Revolt of Salar-al-Daulah
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The Revolt of Salar-al-Daulah was a revolt against the government of the Sublime State of Persia in the 1910s. It began in 1911. It was led by Salar-al-Daulah, a brother of a former shah, Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar. By 17 July, he had occupied Senneh. Salar attempted to advance on Tehran from Kermanshah, but was defeated. After the formation of a new Persian cabinet on 26 July 1911, the Persian government deployed Bakhtiari troops against Salar-al-Daulah in western Persia. The Bakhtiari offensive was marked by widespread looting. The revolt was finally quelled in 1913.
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The Revolt of Salar-al-Daulah was a revolt against the government of the Sublime State of Persia in the 1910s. It began in 1911. It was led by Salar-al-Daulah, a brother of a former shah, Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar. By 17 July, he had occupied Senneh. Salar attempted to advance on Tehran from Kermanshah, but was defeated. After the formation of a new Persian cabinet on 26 July 1911, the Persian government deployed Bakhtiari troops against Salar-al-Daulah in western Persia. The Bakhtiari offensive was marked by widespread looting. The revolt was finally quelled in 1913.
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