Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Biography
Shah of Iran, 1941-1979

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Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (October 26, 1919 - July 27, 1980) was the last Shah of Iran. After a nearly four decade reign, he was driven out of his country by the Iranian revolution in 1979. In 1980, while in exile, he died of cancer in Cairo, Egypt.

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The CIA Scheme to Have the Shah Sign Illegal Decrees Dismissing Mossadegh

The U.S. and Shah Acted Illegally, Not Mossadegh

President Gerald Ford Toasts the Shah of Iran — May 15, 1975

A Response to Abbas Milani's "The Great Satan Myth"

Mossadegh's Reply to the Shah's Account of the 1953 Coup (28 Mordad)

After No'he Esfand, Mossadegh's Permanent Estrangement With the Shah

The Rise and Fall of the Shah of Iran — a post-mortem by Kermit Roosevelt - 1980

"Shah Backers Won Out in Iran By Wee Margin" — United Press, August 25, 1953

"Mossadegh Charged With Disobeying Shah" — The Associated Press, October 4, 1953

Phone Conservation between Lyndon B. Johnson and the Shah
May 18, 1965 phone conservation with the U.S. President.






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