August 27, 1951 — Australian Associated Press
The Mossadegh Project | June 5, 2014
An Australian Associated Press (AAP) wire service item from Monday, August 27, 1951.
The newspaper in question, Atesh, was a hard line opposition paper belonging to Mehdi Mir-Ashrafi. He not only participated in the 1953 coup, but was also the first person to speak over the seized Tehran radio station airwaves.
Big Iran Paper [Kayhan] Hits Mossadegh — Associated Press, May 18, 1952
Persian Oil Crisis A Serious Threat — The Age, June 22, 1951
Iranians Can’t Even Agree Among Themselves On Oil — Buffalo Courier-Express, Dec. 1952
MOSSADEGH t-shirts — “If I sit silently, I have sinned”