عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the most pressing challenges of the ancient world and the modern age has been to compete over the resources of far and near lands. The competition that led to outright wars overwhelmed the conqueror of war over all political geographical components of a climate, including space, , and human resources. So the climates have and will have a significant role in the wars. An examination of this issue from the angle of history and geopolitics and its adaptation to what took place on Iranian soil between 1914 and 1945 is a benchmark for comparing and targeting the geopolitical features of Iran with the onset of two major world wars in the half century. Twentieth confronts the researcher. As geopolitical science is a relatively new concept, in the context of the sciences of history, geography and politics, it has become more consolidated after the end of World War II and the beginning of the Cold War, as well as concepts such as Hartland and Remland. The origins of many history wars, especially those of the 19th and 20th centuries, can be traced. Geopolitics Although it studies all the climates of the world, climates such as Iran, Egypt, the Indian subcontinent, the Iberian peninsula, the Balkan peninsula, etc. are always more important because of the greater human opposition to them. It has happend. This study examines the geopolitical features of Iran's climate that have fueled many wars and the causes of the outbreak of the First and Second World Wars.