Mahmoud Mirza

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Prince Soltan Mahmoud Mirza Qajar
Heir Presumptive Qajar dynasty
Reign1975–1988
PredecessorPrince Soltan Hamid Mirza
SuccessorPrince Soltan Ali Mirza
Born9 October 1905
Tahran, Iran
Died2 June 1988(1988-06-02) (aged 82)
Évian-les-Bains, France
SpouseEffat Ashtiani
IssuePrincess Tourandokht
Prince Mohammad Ali Mirza
DynastyQajar
FatherMohammad Ali Shah
MotherMalekeh Jahan

Mahmoud Mirza (9 October 1905 – 2 July 1988) Iranian prince of Qajar Dynasty, was the son of Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar.

He was head of the Qajar dynasty from the death of his nephew Hamid Mirza on 5 May 1988 until his own death on the 2 July 1988.

Offspring[edit]

He married Effat Ashtiani. They had issue, a daughter and a son:

  • Princess Tourandokht (b. 1 February 1940, Deauville) married to prince Keykhosro Kamrani (d. 8 January 2007, Paris) a descendant of Prince Kamran Mirza son of Naser al-Din Shah. She has two children: Prince Djahangir Kamrani (b. 8 January 1970, Paris) and Prince Navid (15 June 1981, Paris).
  • Prince Mohammad Ali Mirza (b. 23 May 1942, Paris). He is a banker. He was first married to Robin Kadjar-Wambold, daughter of Princess Giti Afrouz daughter of Mohammad Hassan Mirza. They divorced without offspring. From his second marriage to Charlotte Fournois, He has one daughter: Princess Roxanne (b. 30 May 1993, Paris)

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Mahmoud Mirza
Born: 9 October 1905 Died: 2 July 1988
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Hamid Mirza
Head of the Imperial House of Qajar
1988
Succeeded by
Ali Mirza Qajar