Bahram Mirza Sardar Mass'oud

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Prince Bahram Mirza Sardar Mass'oud (1885 – 24 March 1916 (?)) was Persian Prince of the Qajar Dynasty and constitutionalists, son of Mass'oud Mirza Zell-e Soltan and grand son of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar.

He was a well-educated Prince and was an advocate of Persian Constitutional Revolution. In 1907 when Mohammad Ali Shah came to power, he immigrated with his father to Europe and for a while lived in Nice and Paris.

During his return to Iran, He was killed in a German torpedo attack on the Sussex, the French passenger ferry, on 24 March 1916. His death was reported in Le Figaro and Les Échos newspapers on 2 April 1916.