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Mohammad Ali Foroughi
Iranian politician (1877-1942)wd:Q181451
country of citizenship: Iran
language of expression: Persian
educated at: Tehran School of Political Sciences
occupation: politician, literary, diplomat, journalist, writer, university teacher
position held: Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly
Mohammad Ali Foroughi (Persian: محمدعلی فروغی; early July 1877 – 26 or 27 November 1942), also known as Zoka-ol-Molk (Persian: ذُکاءُالمُلک), was a writer, diplomat and politician who served three terms as Prime Minister of Iran.
The first book he wrote was on the subject of Western philosophy (the course of wisdom in Europe). Foroughi also edited Saadi's book Koliyat and founded the Academy of Iran. He also attended the Ferdowsi Millennium Congress. In addition, Foroughi has authored numerous works on history (especially ancient Iranian history).
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A book by Mohammad Ali Foroughiwd:Q5932172
author: Mohammad Ali Foroughi
1931 or 1939 or 1941