"There was a paradox at the heart of the man," says Abbas Milani, the biographer of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran.
The Shah was indeed a polarising figure. For the many thousands of Iranians who had taken to the streets in protest at his reign, he was a hated figure, and they greeted his demise with joy.
When he fled Iran on January 16, 1979, never to return, it was an inglorious end for a man who was both a moderniser and an autocrat.
To his supporters he was a patriot. For his critics he was a Western puppet. Rageh Omaar talks to those who knew him to find out who the last King of Iran and the self-proclaimed king of kings really was.
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