[Download] ➸ Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954, Iran, 1951–1954 ➽ James C. Van Hook – Tanitiyor.us

[Download] ➸ Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954, Iran, 1951–1954  ➽ James C. Van Hook – Tanitiyor.us
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  • Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954, Iran, 1951–1954
  • James C. Van Hook
  • English
  • 15 July 2017

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954, Iran, 1951–1954 Complement To Foreign Relations Of The United States, 1952 1954 Volume X Iran 1951 1954, Eds Carl N Raether And Charles S Sampson, Published 1989 By United States Government Printing Office.This Supplementary Volume Consists Of Newly Declassified Information On The Use Of Covert Operations During The Truman And Eisenhower Administrations.

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  1. says:

    Wow, this took a solid month to complete In June or July of this year, the federal government declassified the bulk of the diplomatic and espionage correspondence leading up to and relating to TPAJAX, commonly known as Operation Ajax This was a US backed covert operation to bring about a coup d tat against the democratically elected government of Iran, executed in 1953 It was a success, leading to the overthrow of Prime Minister Mossadegh and his replacement by an authoritarian military government under Fazlollah Zahedi This was done to strengthen the rule of the Shah, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who was unfriendly to the Soviet Union.Operation Ajax s short term success has since been recognized as having contained the seeds of long term problems rumors of American involvement in the coup ultimately eroded the USA s prestige in the region at large, the USA s backing of a despotic regime for the sake of hindering Soviet economic and territorial ambitions justifiably opened it up to criticism for its hypocrisy in emulating British colonialism, and the Shah s government spent the next twenty five years failing to address popular calls ...

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