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The personal and political life of Dr Mohammad Mosaddegh In the name of the Almighty Contents The early years of Mosaddeghs life 2 Mosaddegh and Reza Khan 3 Mohammad Reza Shahs rule and the nationalization of oil 4 The first period of Mosaddeghs power 5 22nd of July 30th of Tir and the second period of Mosaddeghs power 7 The referendum and new strength of Mosaddeghs government 9 19th of August 28th of Mordad coup and fall of Mosaddeghs government 10 References 12 The early years of Mosaddeghs life Dr Mohammad Mosaddegh is one of the greatest men of the Iranian political history He is mostly known for his challenges to nationalize the Iranian oil industry which was controlled by the British till that time He served his country in different ways as Prime Minister Member of Parliament Finance Minister and many other positions Although like any other person he may have had mistakes in his life and jobs but he definitely did big things for his country Mohammad Mosaddegh was born in 1882 AD 1261 SH His father was the Finance Minister of one of Qajar kings of Iran and his mother was the granddaughter of a Qajar prince He was ten when he lost his father and his mother was left with three sons among which Mohammad was the youngest As a sign of respect to his late father the king of that time Nassereddin shah gave some official titles to Mohammad and his brothers His title was Mosaddegh ossaltaneh When he was only 25 he was elected as Member of Parliament by the people of Isfahan But it was not officially accepted because the minimum age to be a Member off parliament was 30 At the age of 26 he went to Paris to study in the political science institute of Paris for two years He then left Iran for Switzerland and went to Neuchatel law school and got
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