The fall of the Shah

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Wyndham Books, 1980 - Biography & Autobiography - 221 pages
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The former ambassador to the United Nations for Iran analyzes the political and personal forces that combined to destroy the Iranian monarchy, discussing the corruption of the royal family and the surge of the Islamic renascence

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PROLOGUE
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THE MOUNTING DANGER
69
J THE CHANGING SHAH
113
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About the author (1980)

FEREYDOUN HOVEYDA is a Senior Fellow with the National Committee on American Foreign Policy. He also is a former Iranian Ambassador to the UN (1971-1978). In 1972 and 1973, he chaired the UN Committee on International Terrorism created after the assassination of Israeli athletes at the Olympics in Germany. A widely published author of fiction and nonfiction, is Les neiges du Sinai won the Leopold Senghor Award in 1973.

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