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For example, less than two years after Iran's democratically elected parliament and prime minister, Mohammad Mossadegh, nationalized the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in 1951, the U.
For example, less than two years after Iran's elected parliament and prime minister, Mohammad Mossadegh, nationalized the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in 1951, the US and Britain used their secret services to topple Mossadegh and install the incompetent, violent, and authoritarian Shah Reza Pahlavi.
Firstly, he argues against the notion that Mossadeq was unreasonable in his negotiations with the British and the British-controlled Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, contending that neither the British nor the Americans were willing to accept substantive oil nationalization and Iranian control over their own resources and were only willing to offer, at best, "pseudonationalization.
Although British intelligence had earlier wanted America's collaboration in toppling Mossadeq in 1951, immediately after he nationalised the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, President Harry S Truman ruled out joining London in a coup attempt because he saw Mossadeq as nationalist.
Anglo-Persian changed its name to Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in 1935.
TmcHUD050111-KE15445) * ALL HANDS ON DESK: In 1937 Milnsbridge Secondary School 'adopted' a ship's captain, Charles Stook, who worked for the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
Iranian prospects led to the establishment of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC--later the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company which then became British Petroleum) in 1914.
Once known as British Petroleum, and a descendent of the vaunted Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, it has sometimes been better known for its condescending attitude to Arabs, as well as Persians, and, in more recent days, for what many see as the hypocrisy of its pretended "green" logo and advertising campaign.