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The CIA in Iran: The 1953 Coup & the Origins of the US-Iran Divide

The CIA in Iran: The 1953 Coup & the Origins of the US-Iran Divide
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Few Americans today have any idea why Iran and America seem forever to be at loggerheads or even why Iran held 52 American hostages for 444 days in Tehran after the overthrow of the shah, America's best ally in the region. Iranians remember well the 1953 CIA-orchestrated coup that forcibly removed democratically elected Prime Minster Mohammad Mossadeq, a man dedicated to loosening the grip the Western oil companies had over Iran and her oil. Now, for the first time, is the story of the coup d?etat that placed the dreaded Shah of Iran in power as told by former CIA operative Donald Wilber, a deep cover CIA asset in Iran at the time. Wilber lays out the whole plan - every dirty trick and rotten scheme - which so successfully removed Prime Minister Mossadeq, by all accounts a good nationalist and a wise leader. Also includes five eye-opening appendices, 20 period photos, a full index and an introduction by AFP's own Christopher Petherick. A must-read to understand why Iran has, amongst all nations, been a thorn in the side of the New World Order.
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