Arriving unannounced, the Shah asked for permission for himself and his consort to stay in Baghdad for a few days before continuing on to Europe. The Prime Minister Haj Ali Razmarawho opposed the oil nationalization on technical grounds,  was assassinated by the hardline Fadaiyan e-Islam whose spiritual leader the Ayatollah Abol-Qassem Kashania mentor to the future Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeinihad been appointed Speaker of the Parliament by the National Front.
The Tudeh party members also returned to their homes, no longer carrying out enforcement duties. Mossadegh was arrested, tried, and originally sentenced to death. As he lost support, he became more autocratic. This act created widespread anger among much of the general public, and led to accusations that Mossadegh was becoming a dictator.
Tens of thousands had lost their jobs at the Abadan refinery, and although most understood and passionately supported the idea of nationalisation, they naturally hoped that Mosaddegh would find a way to put them back to work. British agents had fanned out across the country, bribing candidates, and the regional bosses who controlled them.
Byhe had completely turned on him, and supported the coup, depriving Mossadegh of religious support, while giving it to the Shah. Mosaddegh, who had been warned of the plot, probably by the Communist Tudeh Partyrejected the firman and had Nassiri arrested.
A free vote, however, was not what others were planning. British agents in Tehran "worked to subvert" the government of Mosaddegh, who sought help from President Truman and then the World Bank but to no avail. McGhee to a complex settlement of the crisis involving the sale of the Abadan Refinery to a non-British company and Iranian control of the extraction of crude oil.
They capitalized on this sentiment in their plans.
It would be a coup carried out by seemingly legal means. They came and encouraged real Tudeh members to join in. However, the constitution at the time did allow for such an action, which Mossadegh considered unfair.
The embargo had the effect of causing Iran to spiral into bankruptcy. A referendum to dissolve parliament and give the prime minister power to make law was submitted to voters, and it passed with Britain now faced the newly elected nationalist government in Iran where Mossadegh, with strong backing of the Iranian parliament and people, demanded more favorable concessionary arrangements, which Britain vigorously opposed.
On his re-election as prime minister, Winston Churchill took an even harder stance against Iran. Since President Harry S. The only way he could do that was to sell oil. Shocked by the experience and emboldened by public sympathy for his injury, the Shah began to take an increasingly active role in politics.The Iranian coup d'état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup d'état (Persian: کودتای ۲۸ مرداد ), was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh in favour of strengthening the monarchical rule of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on 19 Augustorchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name "Operation Boot") and the United States (under the.
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