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Mahammad Ali Tarbiat

Mirza Mahammad Ali Khan Tarbiat
Mayor of Tabriz
In office
1928–1931
President Reza Shah
Preceded by Adel Zarabi
Succeeded by Arfaol-Malek
member of National Consultative Assembly
In office
1931–1940
Personal details
Born May 26, 1877
Tabriz, Iran
Died January 17, 1940
Tehran, Iran
Profession The intellectual and political activist, Politician and journalist
Religion Islam

Mahammad Ali Tarbiat (Persian: محمدعلی تربیت‎‎ ; born May 26, 1877 in Nobar, Tabriz, East Azerbaijan — death January 17, 1940 in Tehran) was an Iranian Revolutionary and politician. He founded the first library in Iran the name of Tarbiat library. Mahammad Ali Tarbiat was one of the writers in Persian Constitutional Revolution and member of the National Consultative Assembly from the electorate of Tabriz. (1931 - 1940)

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  • Ahghari, Ahmad (2006). "شرح حال و زندگی سياسی- فرهنگی ميرزا محمدعلی‌خان تربيت".  


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