عنوان مقاله [English]
This article criticizes Gholamhossein Zargarinejad's book that named "History of Iran in the Qajar Period: The Age of Aga Mohammad Khan". The life and work of Aga Mohammad Khan Qajar is one of the controversial topics in Iranian history, there has been much research and historical novels written about him so far. Generally, bloody, cruel, and vengeful figures have been drawn in both the Pahlavi and Hslmic Repoblic-era historiography discourse and independent research. That would have been a different fate for Iran if it had not abolished Zandieh's government. Zargirinejad is one of the scholars who echoed this view in his earlier works but in his book "History of Iran in the Qajar Period: The Age of Aga Mohammad Khan", he has attempted to altered this picture with a critical reading of sources and documents and to draw completely different figures. A person whose not only rumors about his cruelty, especially the blindness of the people of Kerman or the Caucasus, but also the opposite, He was the only one among the claimants of power, including Lotfali Khan Zand, who completely thought about Iran and the revival of its historical realm. This article attempts to critically evaluate the views and views of Zargarinejad.