Fereydoun Djam who was the first son-in-law of the shah

In his later years he authored a number of personal and historical accounts of the Pahlavi period, as well as theoretical articles on the organisation of the Imperial  Army and its command and control structure, which were published in ‘Rahāvard’ (Nos. 20-60), a Los Angeles-based Persian-language quarterly, edited by Hasan Shabaz.General Fereydoun Djam died in London on the 24th May 2008 at the age of 94. He was predeceased by his son Kamran Djam in 1989 and his second wife Firoozeh Djam in 2006.