عنوان مقاله [English]
Historical sources have many ambiguities regarding the upbringing and promotion of Reza Khan from a simple Kazakh soldier to high military ranks, before the coup d'état of March 1299 Shamsi. The oral history of Taj-ul-Maluk Ayramlu, the second wife of Reza Khan, who was not without power, has the special privilege of being logically coherent and less ambiguous. Due to Taj-ul-Maluk's familiarity with many issues, details and narratives from within the family, by historical criticism and comparing it with other sources, it is possible to obtain details of many events that are still ambiguous. The method of Reza Khan's entry and training in the Kazakh Brigade, his rapid progress in military work, the fields of communication with British advisers and his election to command the military forces in the 3rd Esfand coup, despite the presence of military officers, the problem and their analysis is the purpose of this study. It is presented with descriptive method and narrative analysis method. The important feature of Taj-ul-Maluk's memories is that it describes the representation of the historical scene simultaneously with the same conditions and is less influenced by sources, conditions and contemporary values.