Tadj ol-Molouk

Tadj ol-Molouk

Queen Consort of Iran
Born Mar 17, 1896

Tadj ol-Molouk Ayromlou, née Nimtaj Khanum, was the daughter of General Teymur Tadfel Molouk Ayrumlu, and was the queen consort of Reza Shah, founder of the Pahlavi dynasty and Shah of Iran between 1925 and 1941. Her name means Crown of the King in Persian. She was an ethnic Iranian Azeri. The surname Ayromlou is also spelled as "Ayrumlu", "Ayromloo", "Eyrumlu", "Iromloo" due to misspelling during their immigration to other countries.… Read More

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1896 Birth Born on March 17, 1896.


1934 38 Years Old In the winter of 1934, Reza Shah demanded the presence of the Queen and the two princesses in an official ceremony at the Tehran Teacher's College. … Read More


1941 45 Years Old Reza Shah was deposed in 1941. … Read More


1978 82 Years Old She arrived in Los Angeles on 30 December 1978 abroad an Imperial Iranian Air Force Boeing 747.
1979 83 Years Old Soon after her arrival, on 2 January 1979, Iranian students in the city attacked the house and attempted to burn it. … Read More
1982 86 Years Old She died in Acapulco (Mexico) on 10 March 1982 after a lengthy battle with leukemia seven days before her 86th birthday.
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