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Mossaddegh, Mosaddeq

مصدق ، دکتر محمد مصدق،مصدق السلطنه


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Dr. Mohammad Mosaddegh (born 16 June 1882, Tehran, died March 8, 1967)Iranian politician and nationalist leader who served in the government after graduating from law school in Switzerland, After Reza Shah was deposed in 1941, Mosaddegh was re-elected to the parliament (1944). Following Mosaddegh's successful nationalization of the British-owned Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (1941–79) was virtually forced to appoint him premier (1951). Tension between the monarch and the premier crested, however, and the shah attempted to dismiss him in 1953. The resulting unrest forced the shah to flee the country until a coup, backed by British and U.S. intelligence services drove Mosaddegh from power. Convicted of treason, he spent three years in prison and the rest of his life under house arrest.Mosaddegh was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 to 1953 when he was overthrown in a coup d'état orchestrated by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.From an aristocratic background, Mosaddegh was an author, administrator, lawyer, prominent parliamentarian, and politician. During his time as prime minister, a wide range of progressive social reforms were carried out. Unemployment compensation was introduced, factory owners were ordered to pay benefits to sick and injured workers, and peasants were freed from forced labor in their landlords' estates. Twenty percent of the money landlords received in rent was placed in a fund to pay for development projects such as public baths, rural housing, and pest control.He is most famous as the architect of the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry, which had been under British control since 1913 through the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC) (later British Petroleum or BP). The Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. was controlled by the British government. Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organized and carried out by the United States CIA at the request of the British MI6 which chose Iranian General Fazlollah Zahedi to succeed Mosaddegh. While the coup is commonly referred to as Operation Ajax after its CIA cryptonym, in Iran it is referred to as the 28 Mordad coup d'état, after its date on the Iranian calendar. Mosaddegh was imprisoned for three years, then put under house arrest until his death.Mosaddegh was born to a prominent family in Tehran in 1882; his father, Mirza Hedeyatollah Khan, a Bakhtiari tribesman, was a financial administrator in Khorasan province under the Qajar dynasty and his mother, Shahzadeh Malika Taj Khanoom, was the granddaughter of the reformist Qajar prince Abbas Mirza, and a great granddaughter of Fathali Shah Qajar. When Mosaddegh's father died in 1892, his uncle was appointed as tax collector of the Khorasan province and was bestowed with the title of Mosaddegh-ossaltaneh by Naseroddin Shah. Mosaddegh himself later bore

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Iranian Politician Mohammad Mosaddegh at the military junta court after the CIA backed coup of 1953 that disrupted Iran's democratic course forever. He was convicted of treason and spent three years in prison and the rest of his life under house arrest.
Pahlavi era famous Iranian politician Prime Minister Dr. Mohammad Mosaddegh in Hospital visited by Dr. Hossein Fatemi, Minister of Foreign Affairs. A close associate of Mosaddegh, Fatemi proposed Nationalization of Oil and gas assets.
Tehran; The second National Front was created in 1960 which consisted of prominent people such as Sanjabi, Bazargan, Saleh, Bakhtiar, Boroumand, Parsa, Forouhar, Sadighi, Khonji and others during a congress in 1962 holding up Mosaddegh's portrait.
Painting from great Iranian politician and anti-imperialist fighter Mohammad Mosaddegh.Mohammad (May 19, 1882 – March 5, 1967) He was a major figure in modern Iranian history who served as the Prime Minister of Iran.
Iranian Politician Mohammad Mosaddegh (born 16 June 1882, Tehran, died March 8, 1967) Writing, wearing a nice suit and tie. The photo is signed by him to a representative of Majlis. He was the leader of Nationalization of Oil.
PM Mosaddegh and President Truman. In August 1952, Mosaddegh invited an American oil executive to visit Iran and the Truman administration welcomed the invitation upsetting Britain insisting that the U.S. was undermining their campaign to isolate Iran.

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