The year 1953 A.D.

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January, 15, 1953 A.D.:
The American Ambassador Meets Mosaddegh

Henderson, the American ambassador to Tehran met with Dr. Mosaddegh in his house at Kakh St on Jan, 15, 1953. Dr. Mosaddegh, the Iranian Prime Minister was suffering from illness and used to run affairs from his home. The meeting which took 7 hours was about a proposal by the British on the National... Read Full Article:


June, 19, 1953 A.D.:
CIA Agent Kermit Creeps In

The CIA agent Kim Roosevelt (Kermit) is a less known figure in Iranian history compared to his great role in Operation TP-AJAX. Kim was the coordinator of the coup against Dr. Mosaddegh. Kim was also the bastard grandson of American president Theodore Roosevelt.Shortly prior to the 1952 presidential... Read Full Article:


August, 13, 1953 A.D.:
Shah Dismisses The Prime Minister

Shah had totally lost control and was already taking orders from outside while signing a decree dismissing the popular Prime Minister Mosaddegh and replacing him with retired army general Zahedi. This paper were not announced publicly and it was just a formality to install a puppet regime. This pape... Read Full Article:


August, 19, 1953 A.D.:
CIA Backed Coup Topples Mosaddegh

Kim Roosevelt, the grandson of Theodore Roosevelt was on a mission for CIA when he arrived in Tehran on Aug, 8, 1953, 16 days before the shameful operation that put an end to the young Iranian democracy's life.Accompanied by the British secret service agents and pro-Shah military officers, from the ... Read Full Article:


August, 20, 1953 A.D.:
The Day After Operation TP-AJAX

TP-AJAX Code name for a covert CIA/MI6 backed military coup that toppled the democratic regime of Dr. Mosaddegh on Aug, 19, 1953 and restored Pahlavi dictatorship. This event is a back page of US/UK conspiracy. What happened the following day is interesting as ABC's of a coup:- A military curfew was... Read Full Article:


November, 24, 1953 A.D.:
British Diplomats To Reopen Tehran Embassy

Three months after the CIA backed coup on Aug, 19 that toppled the popular Mosaddegh regime, 15 English diplomats and embassy staff enter Tehran to reopen the British embassy which was closed due to the row after Iran's nationalization of oil industry. The junta regime's PM General Zahedi declared s... Read Full Article:


December, 7, 1953 A.D.:
Students Shot Dead At Tehran University

On Nov, 15, 1953 it had been announced that Richard Nixon was travelling to Tehran. The wounds of the CIA backed coup were still bleeding and university students planned on a protest. The junta regime settled soldiers and spies in the university campus in order to make Richard Nixon's trip safe and ... Read Full Article:

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