Badboys In History - Nader Shah Afshar

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Were they good or bad?
All these guys have 1 thing in common, they are all Badboys in History.
Badboys In History are series of historical characters.

Nader was one of the most powerful Iranian rulers in Iranian history, ruling as Shah of Iran from 1736 to 1747 when he was assassinated during … (read more)

Were they good or bad?
All these guys have 1 thing in common, they are all Badboys in History.
Badboys In History are series of historical characters.

Nader was one of the most powerful Iranian rulers in Iranian history, ruling as Shah of Iran from 1736 to 1747 when he was assassinated during a rebellion. Because of his military genius as evidenced in his numerous campaigns throughout Middle East, Caucasus, Central and South Asia, such as the battles of Herat, Mihmandust, Murche-Khort, Kirkuk, Yeghevard, Khyber Pass, Karnal and Kars, some historians have described him as the Napoleon of Persia, Sword of Persia, or the Second Alexander. Nader belonged to the Turkoman Afshar tribe, a semi-nomadic tribe settled in Khorasan in northeastern Iran, which had supplied military power to the Safavid dynasty since the time of Shah Ismail I.


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