The Shah of Iran arrives in the United States November 15.
WHEN the Central Intelligence Agency helped overthrow Mohammed Mossadegh as Iran's prime minister in 1953, ensuring another 25 years of rule for Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, the C.I.A.
In October 1962, the Shah's government in Iran, as a step toward the extension of representative institutions, promulgated a law which provided for the election of representative local councils throughout the country.
Ali-Reza Pahlavi, the youngest son of the deposed Shah of Iran and graduate of Mount Greylock Regional High School, reportedly took his own life earlier this week at his home in Boston.
Shah of Iran 's Plymouth XNR sells for $935,000.
Like the Shah of Iran and Ferdinand E Marcos of the Philippines, President Suharto was a reforming autocrat who clung to power so long that he undermined his legacy and considerable accomplishments.
The book's background is Iran just before the fall of the Shah.
During the 1979 Islamic revolution, dead demonstrators were dubbed martyrs, inspiring crowds of religious Iranians who felt that the ruling shah's troops were seeking to suppress Iran's Islamic identity.
Before the 1979 Revolution in Iran, one of the main grievances against the Pahlavi dynasty and Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was nepotism .
Son of Shah of Iran Commits Suicide.