Baqir Khan

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Bagher Khān
Born 1870
Tabriz, Iran
Died November 12, 1911 (aged 41)
Qasr-e Shirin, Iran
Political party Moderate Socialists Party[1]

Bāqer Khān (Persian: باقرخان‎; born 1870 – died November 12, 1911) honorarily titled Sālār-e Melli (Persian: سالار ملی meaning National Chieftain), was one of the key figures in the Persian Constitutional Revolution.[2] He was of Azeri origin.[3]

Tomb of Bāqer Khān in Toobaeyye cemetery, Tabriz

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  1. ^ Ali Mohammadi (1378). "حزب اجتماعیون اعتدالیون از پیدایش تا فروپاشی" (PDF). Yad (in Persian) (53–56): 433. 
  2. ^ Niya, Samad Sardari (1998). Mashahere Azerbaijan (Volume Two). Daniel Publishing. pp. 26–30. ISBN 964-90286-0-9. 
  3. ^ Iran and Its Place Among Nations, by Alidad Mafinezam, Aria Mehrabi, 2008, p.57