Zarrinkafsch-Bahman
Zarrinkafsch-Bahman
The Line of Mirza Zaman Khan
Decendants of Agha Mirza Zaman Khan Kordestani (The Families Zarrinnaal and Zarrinkafsch-Bahman, Zarrinkafsh and Afshartous):
1. Agha Mirza Zaman Khan Kordestani "Lashkar-newis I". He was honorary called Agha ("Sir") by Nasser od-Din Shah Qajar. Born 1840 in Sanandaj (Sehna), Kurdistan, died 1906 in Tehran. Military adviser to Nasser od-Din Shah, Muster-Master, Chief Secretary and Head of Military Administration (lashkar-newis) until 1904, Governor of Kurdistan, author of books about military history and astronomy. Married Pari Soltan Khanom Pir-Bastami, daughter of Mohammad Hossein Khan Bastami "Sardar", son of Dust Ali Khan "Moayyer ol-Mamalek" and Khajiyeh Khanom. He had issued two sons and one daughter:
1.1. Jenab-e Agha (H.E.) Agha Mirza Ali Akbar Khan-e Zarrinnaal "Lashkar-newis II" "Nasr-e Lashkar" (lit. "Defender of the Army"). Founder of the Zarrinnaal and Zarrinkafsch (Bahman-Qajar) family. He was honorary called Agha ("Sir") by Nasser od-Din Shah Qajar. Born 1868 in Tehran, died 1930 in Tehran. Muster-Master and Chief Secretary (lashkar-newis) 1904-1906, Head of Military Administration under Qajar rule until 1925, Military Instructor to Mozaffar od-Din and Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar 1906-1909, Recruitment Inspector (nazem) 1909-1915, Senior Public Prosecutor at Martial Court (modda'i ol-omum koll-e nezam) to Soltan Ahmad Shah 1915-1925. Parliament Delegate for Kurdistan and leader of the conservative royalist wing (etedahiyun) at 1rst Majles with the nick Kordi, 1906. Married: 1rstly 1883 Marziyeh Khanom, +1893 Teheran; 2ndly 1893 his maternal second cousin Roghiyeh Khanom Wali, +1910 Tehran, eldest daughter of Mohammad Khan Wali by Bibi Hajjar Khanom Esfahani - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki; 3rdly 1910 his maternal second cousin Ameneh Khanom Wali, +1913 Tehran, younger daughter of Mohammad Khan Wali by Bibi Hajjar Khanom Esfahani - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki; 4thly 1913 Nayereh Khanom.
He had issued seven sons and three daughters, founder of the Zarrinnaal and Zarrinkafsch (Bahman-Qajar) family, who adopted "Zarrinnaal" as common family name when surnames were mandated by Reza Shah Pahlawi in 1930:
1.1.1. (by Marziyeh Khanom) Mohammad Ali Khan Zarrinnaal "Lashkar-newis III" "Nasir on-Nezal" (lit.. "Supporter of the Troops"), *1884, +1956, get the military rank of Brigardier-General (sartip) and Two-Stars-General in the Imperial Iranian Army. Married: 1rstly Mastoureh; 2ndly Marziyeh. He adopted as his own child:
1.1.1.1. (son of his first wife by her own first husband) Amir Hoshang Zarrinnaal, married his first maternal cousin, Parvin Makhzudi, daughter of Monavar, daughter of Marziyeh Khanom, by Abbas Makhzudi. He had issued two sons and one daughter:
1.1.1.1.1. Tahmasp Zarrinnaal, +in infancy.
1.1.1.1.2. Bijan Zarrinnaal.
1.1.1.1.3. Shahin Zarrinnaal, married Arastouh Deljavan Farshi. She had issued:
1.1.1.1.3.1. Shervin Deljavan Farshi.
1.1.1.1.3.2. Arash Deljavan Farshi.
1.1.2 (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Javad Khan Zarrinnaal, *1894 +1968, married his maternal cousin Ehteram ol-Waliyeh, *1904 +12/01/1973, daughter of Assadollah Khan Wali - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki. He had issued four sons and two daughters:
1.1.2.1. Nasser Zarrinnaal, *1927, married Gerda, a German. He had issued:
1.1.2.1.1. Jasmin Zarrinnaal, *24/02/1957, married René Herr. She had issued:
1.1.2.1.1.1. Sarah Patricia Herr, *1985.
1.1.2.1.1.2. Dariush Herr, *1988.
1.1.2.1.1.3. Arian Herr, *1991.
1.1.2.1.1.4. Amin Herr, *1995 .
1.1.2.1.2. Carmen Zarrinnaal, *25/12/1963.
1.1.2.2. Zarringhods ("Ghodsi") Zarrinnaal, +in infancy.
1.1.2.3. Cyrus Zarrinnaal.
1.1.2.4. Zarrinfar ("Fari") Zarrinnaal, married Mohammad Hassan Khashayar. She had issued three sons:
1.1.2.4.1. Shahram Khashayar.
1.1.2.4.2. Shahnam Khashayar.
1.1.2.4.3. Shahriyar Khashayar.
1.1.2.5. Khosrou Zarrinnaal, married: 1rstly Ursula, a German; 2ndly Aghdas Vojdan-Shemshadi. He had issued two sons:
1.1.2.5.1. (by Ursula) Shahin Zarrinnaal, had issued a son:
1.1.2.5.1.1. Leon, b. 24/8/2008 in Munich.
1.1.2.5.2. (by Aghdas) Amin Zarrin-Nal (Zarrinnaal).
1.1.2.6. Behrouz Zarrinnaal, married Iran Khanom, he had issued one daughter, one son:
1.1.2.6.1. Elham Zarrinnaal.
1.1.2.6.2. Ali Reza Zarrinnaal.
1.1.3. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Kazem Khan Zarrinkafsch (Zarrinnaal) "Sarkar-e Sarhang" (lit. "His Exellence the Colonel"), *7/11/1896 Tehran, +4/4/1971 Kiel/Germany and burried at Behesht-e Zahra, Tehran, named 1930 Zarrinnaal and renamed 1944 Zarrinkafsch after a dispute with his younger brother Jafar. Colonel (sarhang) of the Imperial Iranian Artillery 1939. Married: 1rstly 1rst wife (divorced); 2ndly 1925 Nosrat ol-Molouk Khanoum Bahman, daughter of Mirza Amanollah Khan Tabrizi Zafarkhanlu "Zia os-Soltan" (lit. "Splendour of the Sovereign") by HRH Princess Malekeh-Afagh Khanom Bahmani-Qajar, 16th daughter of HRH Prince Bahman Mirza Qajar - see The Line of Bahman Mirza. He had issued five sons and one daughter:
1.1.3.1. (by his 1rst wife) Darius Zarrinnaal, died 1923 by accident in infancy.
1.1.3.2. (by Nosrat ol-Molouk) Abbas Zarrinnaal (Bahman-Qajar), *1926, +1928 by typhus.
1.1.3.3. (by Nosrat ol-Molouk) Zarrin Rokh Zarrinnaal alias Zarrin Rokh Zarrinkafsh (Bahman-Qajar), called "Zarri", *04.08.1929, studied in Great Britain, married at Tehran Nasser 'Mohandes' Samiian, scion of the family of famous Hajji Ebrahim Kalantar Shirazi (first grand vizier and prime minister to Agha Mohammad Shah and Fath Ali Shah). She had issued three daughters:
1.1.3.3.1. Azita Samiian, married a British, Dennis Ford.
1.1.3.3.2. Aryana Samiian, married Behrooz Izadi, she had issued two daughters:
1.1.3.3.2.1. Pantea Izadi.
1.1.3.3.2.2. Parmida Izadi.
1.1.3.3.3. Atoosa Samiian, married Majid Yekan, she had issued one son, one daughter:
1.1.3.3.3.1. Iden Yekan.
1.1.3.3.3.2. Andia Yekan.
1.1.3.4. (by Nosrat ol-Molouk) Ali Zarrinpour Zarrinnaal alias Ali Zarrinkafsch (Bahman-Qajar), called Pouri, *04.12.1930 Teheran. Studied in Germany, engineer in oil-business, employee at NIOC. Married a German, Martha Elke Holz, he had issued three daughters and one son:
1.1.3.4.1. Sogand Zarrinkafsch, *21.07.1962 Tehran, MD, she had issued one son:
1.1.3.4.1.1. Avid Zarrinkafsch.
1.1.3.4.2. Suzan Zarrinkafsch, *24.09.1963 Tehran, married Shahram Nasseri, she had issued one daughter and two sons:
1.1.3.4.2.1. Sayena Nasseri, *1997.
1.1.3.4.2.2. Sepehr Nasseri, *2002.
1.1.3.4.2.3. Soroush Nasseri, *2004.
1.1.3.4.3. Sunja Zarrinkafsch, *18.06.1965 Tehran, married a German, Horst Obermueller, she had issued two daughters:
1.1.3.4.3.1. Lisa Obermueller.
1.1.3.4.3.2. Alina Obermueller.
1.1.3.4.4. Surena Zarrinkafsch, *25.03.1973 Tehran, married Gita Hassanzadeh, he had issued one son:
1.1.3.4.4.1. Sharwin Zarrinkafsch *03.05.2001 Dortmund.
(Bahman-Qajar)1.1.3.5. (by Nosrat ol-Molouk) Abdol Hossein Amir Keywan Zarrinnaal, alias Keywan Zarrinkafsch, *31.12.1933 Rezayieh (Urmiyeh), qualified economist. Married 1972 at Kiel/Germany a German, Margrit Eva-Maria née Gentes, daughter of Walter Fritz Ludwig Gentes by Erna Martha Emilie Redepenning, he had issued one son:
1.1.3.5.1. Arian Kazem Zarrinkafsch (Bahman-Qajar), *28.07.1973 Kiel.
1.1.3.6. (by Nosrat ol-Molouk) Abol Reza Anushiravan Zarrinnaal (Bahman-Qajar), *1935 Rezayieh (Urmiyeh), +1937 by typhoid fiever at Rezayieh (Urmiyeh).
1.1.4. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Talat ol-Molouk Khanom Zarrinnaal, *1898, +1971.
1.1.5. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Davood Khan Zarrinnaal, *1899, +1972, married his maternal cousin Shams on-Nahar Khanom Wali - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki. He had issued: 
1.1.5.1. Farideh Zarrinnaal, married John O'Keefe, she had issued one son and three daughters:
1.1.5.1.1. Simon O'Keefe.
1.1.5.2. Faramarz Zarrinnaal, married Hamideh Ashraf Ahmadi, he had issued:
1.1.5.2.1. Farhad Zarrinnaal, who passed away as a child mid to late 1970's. 1.1.5.2.2. Niloufar Zarrinnaal, married Fariborz, she had issued one daughter:
1.1.5.2.2.1.Arnica.
1.1.5.2.3. Golnaz Zarrinnaal, married.
1.1.5.3. Fahimeh Zarrinnaal, married Hossein Etemadi, she had issued one son, one daughter:
1.1.5.3.1. Houman Etemadi.
1.1.5.3.2. Yasaman (Yasmin) Etemadi.
1.1.5.4. Farimah Zarrinnaal, married Yefish Akopians, she had issued two sons: 1.1.5.4.1.NimaAkopians.
1.1.5.4.2. Ramin Akopians.
1.1.6. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Jafar Khan Zarrinnaal, *1900, +1972.
1.1.7. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Mehdi Khan Zarrinnaal, *1902, +1972, Colonel of the Imperial Iranian Army, married: 1rstly Afsar Khanom; 2ndly Houri; 3rdly (div.) Ghodsi; 4thly (div.) Elahe. He had issued two daughters:
1.1.7.1. (by Afsar Khanom) Parvin Khanom Zarrinnaal, +2002, married Mohammad Siassi Moghadam, MD. She had issued one daughter and three sons:
1.1.7.1.1. Fariba Moghadam.
1.1.7.1.2. Farnoush Moghadam.
1.1.7.1.3. Farzad Moghadam, he had issued one son:
1.1.7.1.3.1. Mehdi Moghadam.
1.1.7.1.4. Farid Moghadam.
1.1.7.2. (by Houri) daughter, +in infancy.
1.1.8. (by Roghiyeh Khanom Wali) Ahmad Khan Zarrinnaal, *1904, +20/6/2004, judge at the Iranian High Court, works for the Ministry of Justice, lost all of his wealth to the Islamic Revolution 1979 and had to leave Iran with his family. Married Badiyeh ol-Jamal Khanom Bahman, daughter of Mirza Ali Asghar Bahman by Ezzat os-Saltaneh Khanom - see The Line of Bahman Mirza. He had issued two sons, one daughter:
1.1.8.1. Ali Hassan ("Bahram") Zarrinnaal, +2002, married Manijeh, he had issued two sons:
1.1.8.1.1. Mojdeh Zarrinnaal.
1.1.8.1.2. Navid Zarrinnaal.
1.1.8.2. Maryam Zarrinnaal, married: 1rstly Darius Abbasi; 2ndly Jaques Valembois. She had issued one daughter, one son:
1.1.8.2.1. (by Darius Abbasi) Abbaseh Abbasi.
1.1.8.2.2. (by Darius Abbasi) Ali Reza Abbasi.
1.1.8.3. Abdol Reza ("Behzad") Zarrinnaal.
1.1.9. (by Ameneh Khanom Wali) Zarrin-Malek Khanom (called "Malek-Taj") Zarrinnaal, *1911, married her maternal first cousin Mostafa Wali - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki. She had issued two daughters, two sons:
1.1.9.1. Manijeh Wali, +2000, married Khosrou Pazargard, she had issued one daughter:
1.1.9.1.1. Katayoun (Kati) Pazargard.
1.1.9.2. Sohrab Wali, married Nasrin Khanom, he had issued two sons:
1.1.9.2.1. Shabnam Wali.
1.1.9.2.2. Nassim Vaali (Wali).
1.1.9.3. Ladan Wali, married Cyrus Rafiee MD, she had issued one daughter:
1.1.9.3.1. Arezou Rafiee, married Noushin Hashemi.
1.1.9.4. Siamak Wali.
1.1.10. (by Nayereh Khanom) Sakineh Zarrin-Homa Khanom Zarrinnaal, *1913, +2000, married Mohammad Bagher Khashayar, brother of Mohammad Hassan Khashayar, her niece Zarrinfar Zarrinnaal's husband. She had issued one son, one daughter:
1.1.10.1. Sharwin Khashayar, +in infancy.
1.1.10.2. Lila Khashayar, married: 1rstly Mohammad Nazem; 2ndly Mansur Mokhtari. She had issued two sons and one daughter:
1.1.10.2.1. (by Mohammad Nazem) Farzad Nazem. He has two children.
1.1.10.2.2. (by Mansur Mokhtari) Afshin Mokhtari.
1.1.10.2.3. (by Mansur Mokhtari) Afsoon Mokhtari, she married Jake Turner and had issued:
1.1.10.2.3.1. Ryan Turner.
1.1.10.2.3.2. Audrey Homa Turner.
1.2. H.E. Mirza Ali Asghar Khan alias Ali Asghar Zarrinkafsh, founder of the Zarrinkafsh family. Tutor (ostad) for Russian and English languages, Iranian government‘s representative or
Imperial Delegate to Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in London 1933-1939, Ambassador to London 1939-1941, Minister for Finance. Married his maternal cousin Effat ol-Molk Sana'i, daughter of Mirza "Sana ol-Molk" (lit. "Glamour of the Kingdom") by the sister of Pari Soltan Khanom Pir-Bastami - see The Line of Moayyer-Mamaleki. He had issued for daughters and two sons:
1.2.1. Malek Zaman Zarrinkafsh married her paternal cousin Khan-Khanha Afshartous, son of Banou Fatemeh Soltan Khanom by Hassan Khan Qajar-Quvanlu Afshartous "Shebl os-Saltaneh". She had issued - see below.
1.2.2. Ezzat Zaman Zarrinkafsh, married her first paternal and second maternal cousin Mostafa Afshartous, son of Banou Fatemeh Soltan Khanom by Hassan Khan Qajar-Quvanlu Afshartous "Shebl os-Saltaneh. She had issued - see below.
1.2.3. Ali Reza Zarrinkafsh, married a German, Anna-Maria Guralscheck, he had issued one son, one daughter:
1.2.3.1. Bahram Zarrinkafsh, he had issued one son:
1.2.3.1.1. Pasha Zarrinkafsh.
1.2.3.2. Arya Zarrinkafsh, she had issued one son, one daughter:
1.2.3.2.1. Issa.
1.2.3.2.2. Sarvenaz.
1.2.4. Maryam Zarrindokht Zarrinkafsh, she had issued one son, one daughter:
1.2.4.1. Farrokhzad.
1.2.4.2. Marjan, she had issued one daughter:
1.2.4.2.1. Roxane Khorshid.
1.2.5. Parviz Zarrinkafsh, he had issued two daughters:
1.2.5.1. Bita Zarrinkafsh.
1.2.5.2. Yekta Zarrinkafsh, she has one daughter:
1.2.5.2.1. Niknaz Yazdanian.
1.2.6. Mehri Victoria Zarrinkafsh.
1.3. Banou Fatemeh Soltan Khanom aka Fatemeh Afshartous, married as his second wife Hassan Khan Qajar-Quvanlu Afshartous "Shebl os-Saltaneh" (lit. “Lion Cub of the Monarchy“), 6th son of Issa Khan Vali "Ehtesham od-Dowleh" (lit. "Trusty to the State"), son of Amir Mohammad Qassem Khan "Amir Kabir", son of Amir Soleyman Khan Qajar-Quvanlu (Amirsoleymani), court grandee under the Qajars, hold several posts in military and administration including that of governor of the Afshar tribe from the city of Tous in Khorassan (therefore the later family name "Afshartous" adopted in 1930). She had issued five sons and two daughters, founder of the Afshartous family:
1.3.1. Abdollah Khan Afshartous "Shebl ol-Mamalek" (lit. "Lion Cub of the Realm"), son of Shebl os-Saltaneh‘s first wife adopted by Fatemeh). He had issued two sons and one daughter:
1.3.1.1. Feridoun Afshartous.
1.3.1.2. Manoutchehr Afshartous.
1.3.1.3. Farangis Afshartous.
1.3.2. Mohammad (Khan-Khanha) Afshartous, officer, married his first maternal cousin Malek Zaman Zarrinkafsh, daughter of Mirza Ali Asghar Zarrinkafsh. He had issued one daughter and two sons:
1.3.2.1. Soraya Afshartous.
1.3.2.2. Bijan Afshartous, he had issued two sons:
1.3.2.2.1. Nicky Afshartous.
1.3.2.2.2. Niv Afshartous.
1.3.2.3. Jamshid Afshartous, he had issued one daughter, one son:
1.3.2.3.1. Valek Afshartous.
1.3.2.3.2. Vala Afshartous.
1.3.3. Mohammad Sadegh Afshartous, he had issued one daughter, one son:
1.3.3.1. Parima Afshartous.
1.3.3.2. Hamid Afshartous
1.3.4. Mohammad Bagher Afshartous, married Malek Afagh and had issued one son and two daughters:
1.3.4.1. Fath Ali Afshartous, married Gitti and had three daughters:
1.3.4.1.1. Sharareh Afshartous, married to a Swedish, Lars Brodén. They have three children: 1.3.4.1.1.1. Cyrus David Brodén.
1.3.4.1.1.2. Daniel Arian Brodén.
1.3.4.1.1.3. Arman André Brodén.
1.3.4.1.2. Setareh Afshartous, married to a Danish, Finn Frøsig and had issued one son: 1.3.4.1.2.1. Francis Kayvan Frøsig.
1.3.4.1.3. Maryam Afshartous, married and had issued one daughter:
1.3.4.1.3.1. Salome.
1.3.4.2. Fereschteh Afshartous, married an Iranian, Mr. Naghibi and had issued three daughters:
1.3.4.2.1.Tina Naghibi.
1.3.4.2.2.Lilla Naghibi.
1.3.4.2.3. Nina Naghibi.
1.3.4.3. Forouzan Afshartous, married an American and had issued:
1.3.4.3.1. Liza.
1.3.4.3.2. Michael.
1.3.5. Morteza Afshartous, he had issued one son, one daughter:
1.3.5.1. Fazlollah Afshartous, Brigardier General (sartip) in the Imperial Iranian Air Force, married Malak Mehrangiz Hajir, sister of former Iranian prime minister Abdolhossein Hajir, and had issued two daughters:
1.3.5.1.1. Sorahi Afshartous, married Ardeshir Azarbarzin and had issued a son and a daughter:
1.3.5.1.1.1. Aryaan Cyrus Azarbarzin.
1.3.5.1.1.2. Aundya Maryam Azarbarzin.
1.3.5.1.2. Mugeh Afshatous, married Ali Eskandary.
1.3.5.2. Pari Afshartous, married Amir Ebrahim Filsuf and had issued two sons:
1.3.5.2.1. Behruz Filsuf, married Sarah and had issued a son and a daughter:
1.3.5.2.1.1. Darius Filsuf.
1.3.5.2.1.2. Tara Filsuf.
1.3.5.2.2. Behnam Filsuf, married Parastoo Afshar and had issued one son:
1.3.5.2.2.1. Shaya Filsuf.
1.3.6. Brigardier-General (sartip) Mahmoud Afshartous, Chief of Police of Iran 1952-1953, Military Governor of Tehran, Chief of the Royal Property 1936-1941, born 1908, died 24/04/1953 (kidnapped and killed by Pahlawi-regime), educated Nezam High School Tehran, Military University Tehran, married firstly (divorced) a. Afagh Aliabadi, secondly b. 1947 Fatemeh Bayat (born 1927, died 1980 of cancer in England), in maternal line granddaughter of Atabak-e Azam and cousin of Queen Touran Amirsoleymani (Qajar-Quvanlu), "Qamar ol-Molouk", 2nd wife of Reza Shah Pahlawi. He had issued two sons and one daughter:
1.3.6.1. (by Afagh Aliabadi) Farzin Afshartous, died at the age of 30.
1.3.6.2. Behshid Afshartous, born 31/08/1948 in Tehran, raised up in England, studied at College of Journalism London, married James Marcellus, an American, lives in Rollo, Missouri/USA and had isued:
1.3.6.2.1. Massy Marcellus Morshed, bon 06/02/1979, lives St. Louis, Missouri/USA and had issued:
1.3.6.2.1.1. Gideon Masters, born 2003.
1.3.6.2.2. Michael Marcellus, born 1987.
1.3.6.3. Farshid Afshartous, born 1951 in Tehran, raised up in England, died from cancer October 2010 in Helsinki, Finland, married Helly, a Finish, and had issued one son:
1.3.6.3.1. Mahmoud Afshartous, born 1981 (lives in Helsinki, Finland).
1.3.7. Mostafa Afshartous, civil engineer from Germany, married his maternal cousin Ezzat Zaman Zarrinkafsh, daughter of Ali Asghar Zarrinkafsh, he had issued one daughter and three sons: 1.3.7.1. Azita Afshartous, she had issued one daughter, one son:
1.3.7.1.1. Atoosa.
1.3.7.1.2. Ali Reza.
1.3.7.2. Kouros Afshartous, he married Massy and had issued:
1.3.7.2.1. Nina Afshartous, born 2008.
1.3.7.3. Kambys Afshartous, he had issued two daughters:
1..3.7.3.1. Shiveh Afshartous.
1.3.7.3.2. Sara Afshartous.
1.3.7.4. Nader Afshartoos (Afshartous).
1..3.8. Akhtar os-Saltaneh Afshartous, married Sayyed Bagher Hejjazi, lawer and publisher of the newspaper "Vazifeh". She had issued one daughter and four sons:
1.3.8.1. Simin Hejjazi, first female engineer (mohandes) in Iran.
1.3.8.2. Manzur Hejjazi.
1.3.8.3. Nasser Hejjazi.
1.3.8.4. Masud Hejjazi.
1.1.3.8.5. Said Hejjazi.
1.3.9. Banou Ozma Afshartous, married her paternal cousin Abdol Hossein Amirsoleymani (Qajar-Quvanlu) 4th son of Mehdi Qoli Khan "Majd od-Dowleh", her father's elder brother, she had issued on son, one daughter:
1.3.9.1. Touraj Amirsoleymani, he had two daughters.
1.3.9.2. Mahnaz Amirsoleymani, she had issued two sons:
1.3.9.2.1. Farhad.
1.3.9.2.2. Farnoush.
1.3.10. Ali Afshartous, civil engineer from Germany, got a lifetime injury when as an infant pupil had been bombed at his boarding house in Germany in WWII.
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