Years in the making, The Mossadegh Project presents the most
ambitious testimonial record ever assembled of the 1953 coup d’etat against the legitimate, peaceful,
democratic government of Iran’s popular Prime Minister,
Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh.
You will hear from over 400 figures including world leaders, diplomats, foreign policy analysts,
military personnel, authors, intellectuals, journalists, politicians, CIA officials, Pulitzer prize
winners, Nobel Prize laureates, Academy Award winners, and many others.
The purpose of this archive is to permanently document public statements made
pertaining to the 1953 coup in Iran. These testimonies have significant historical value,
revealing international attitudes and perspectives, past and present, on a key event in
Iranian, British and American history.
A definitive multimedia resource with text, audio and video,
will be regularly updated and categorized for quick reference. It’s a reservoir of information
that certain people don’t want you to see, documenting one of the most significant, relevant, and yet
little-known world events of the past 100 years.
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