Karim Zand – Wikipedia



Kurdish historian and geographer (1924–2017)

Karim Zand (Kurdish: که‌ریم زه‌ند, کەریم زەند, 1924–2017)[1] was once a Kurdish historian and geographer identified for his writings on Kurdish historical past, tribes and language. From the Nineteen Forties to his loss of life, he wrote greater than twenty books and 5 hundred articles.[2]


Zand was once born in 1924 in Sulaymaniyah and finished number one, secondary and non secular faculty in the community he was once born in. He afterwards moved to Baghdad and graduated from the Lecturers’ Faculty in 1944 and was a instructor. He began writing in 1940 and had since 1938 been taken with politics together with in Republic of Mahabad.[3] He additionally travelled to the Soviet Union with Kurdish chief Mustafa Barzani.[1]

Beside Kurdish, he spoke Arabic, English, French and Persian.[2]

In 1977, he revealed the e book Kurdish language and translation technic.[4]



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