Report on Respite and Mixed Commission in the First World War
After The establishment of Shahanshahi (Royal) and Esteqrazi Bank (financial bank) in Iran, Naser-AI-Din Shah tried to request loans from these two Banks. The most important loan that he took from Shahanshahi Bank was 500/000 Pound Sterling. In the beginning of Mozafar-AI-Din Shah's monarchy, these Banks gave some loans to the government that its processes continued until the Constitution and the beginning of the First World War, and the payment of these loans was guaranteed by customs revenues of southern, western and northern frontiers. These revenues were reduced by the expansion of the First World War to Iran, so Iran couldn't pay its dues and these countries give a delay to Iran. The author describes some of these issues and their influences on Iran political and economic situation.