The year 1952 A.D.

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April, 25, 1952 A.D.:
Majlis Seventeenth Terms Begins


The 17th Majlis term started on Apr, 25, 1952.The seventeenth term just like the preceding one was full of political turmoil. Election was carried out with some difficulties and some seats remained vacant throughout its unusual short life. Only 80 representatives were present out of 135. The issues ... Read Full Article:


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May, 2, 1952 A.D.:
British Ultimatum On Bahrain


Bahrain had been Iran's 14th province until the Europeans penetrated the Persian Gulf and it was occupied by the Portuguese in 1521. Bahrain changed hands several times but still was part of Iran although Iranians were never able to create a powerful navy. Dr. Mosaddegh was keen to return Bahrain un... Read Full Article:


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July, 21, 1952 A.D.:
Great Iranian Uprising


The great Iranian uprising is one of the peaks of the Iranian history. Prime Minister Mosaddegh resigned from his job as a formality on July, 8 with inauguration of the 17th parliament term, but before accepting duty again, Mosaddegh wanted to secure more authorities so that he could act freely in t... Read Full Article:


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July, 22, 1952 A.D.:
ICJ Dismisses UK Complaint Against Iran


July, 22, 1952, marks a great victory for the Iranian nation in the legal scene during the Nationalization of Oil movement. On this day, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decided because Iran had only conceded to ICJ jurisdiction in cases involving treaties agreed upon after 1932, and as the ... Read Full Article:


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September, 6, 1952 A.D.:
Bank Saderat Founded


According to figures published in 1951, only %11 of all banknotes and coins in Iran were in bank deposits. This fact showed that people did not trust the state banking system. Understanding this vacuum, Ahmad Jalayer and Jahangir Tafazzoli were the main founders of the Bank Saderat which was registe... Read Full Article:


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October, 18, 1952 A.D.:
Iran Cuts Ties With UK


A couple of hours after Prime Minister Dr. Mosaddegh made an announcement on the public radio; explaining the reasons behind the government's decision to cut diplomatic ties with the United Kingdom, a draft in this regards which was earlier approved by the parliament was given to the UK embassy in T... Read Full Article:


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November, 19, 1952 A.D.:
Refining The Iranian Judicial System


Prime minister Dr. Mosaddegh believed that in order to have social justice and freedom, it's necessary to have a functioning judicial system and therefore ordered Mr. Lotfi, the minister of justice to clean up the corrupted judicial system. Mosaddegh was himself a graduate from the faculty of law of... Read Full Article:


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November, 20, 1952 A.D.:
Price Of Gold Coin, Mosaddegh Times


Tehran newspapers report price of 745 Iran Rials for Pahlavi gold coins while U.S. dollar exchange rate stands at 74 Rials. Those were times when Iran was under an economic embargo by Britain and could not export petroleum.... Read Full Article:


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November, 23, 1952 A.D.:
Purchasing Iran's Document Of Ownership


The cabinet of ministers headed by Dr. Mosaddegh approves a draft to buy at whatever the price, the original document related to proceedings in Dashte-Moghan, a meeting between representatives from 35 Iranian provinces (including Armenia) that appointed Nader Shah as the new king of Iran in 1736. Wh... Read Full Article:

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