-دانشآموخته دکترای تاریخ دانشگاه اصفهان، پژوهشگر و اصفهانشناس
عنوان مقاله [English]
World War I (WWI) had destructive consequences for Iran. In the aftermath of this war was the black triangle of famine, insecurity and disease spread. The present article, using diaries and newspapers, published in that period in Isfahan, is an attempt to depict only dimensions of that human catastrophe and the effects of such calamities on the city and its inhabitants and to show what various civil authorities did at that time and to what extent the decisions made by them including the governor and the Baladia (municipality) influenced the circumstances. Taking an analytical-comparative approach, this historical library-based study, tried to present and analyze the data based on first-hand and mostly unpublished data, also collected employing library and document-analysis method. The conclusion this study reached is that following WWI, Isfahan's people were inflicted with a hard and painful life due to insecurity, famine and disease outbreak.