The year 1945 A.D.

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February, 4, 1945 A.D.:
Sidelines Of The Yalta Conference

Preceded by the Tehran Conference in 1943, the Big Three leaders of UK, US, and USSR held a conference in Yalta (Feb. 4-11, 1945) in order to discuss strategies and plans for the final months of WWII and postwar policies. Iran's issue was discussed although it was not in the agenda of the conference... Read Full Article:


March, 3, 1945 A.D.:
Russians Urged To Pull Out Troops

Dr. Mosaddegh, the Tehran representative at the parliament protested Soviet Union's hesitation in withdrawing troops from Iran. He called USSR's leaders people who do not keep their words and do not respect international regulations and charged them of indifference against nations' rights. In his sp... Read Full Article:


May, 16, 1945 A.D.:
Churchill Responds To Hakimi

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs conveyed a telegram from Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister in response to Prime Minister Ebrahim Hakimi. In the message which was translated to Persian and delivered with the original, Churchill thanked his Excellency for congratulations on the occasion of... Read Full Article:


May, 19, 1945 A.D.:
Iran Asks Allied Forces To Leave

The WWII ended in Europe by decisive defeat of German forces in the West Front, Poland and liberation of France on May, 8, 1945. Consequently, sending supplies to USSR through Iran was no more necessary and that was the main pretext for occupation of Iran. The Iranian government sent out a notice to... Read Full Article:


June, 5, 1945 A.D.:
Mohsen Sadr Becomes Prime Minister

Mohsen Sadr served as royal tutor to Salarossaltaneh, one of Naseroddin Shah's sons. When Mozaffaroddin Shah ascended the throne and Salarossaltaneh became the governor of Hamedan, Sadr served him as chamberlain.After bombing of the Majlis in June, 1908, he was a judge serving in a committee that wa... Read Full Article:


August, 10, 1945 A.D.:
Toodeh Unrest In Azerbaijan

The Toodeh Party had lost popular ground among people, however the central government was very weak; Bayat's cabinet fell after 4 months in April, 1945. Hakimi's cabinet lasted for only 20 days and PM Sadr had to resign after 4 months. People were hungry and jobless, and the Toodeh Party propaganda ... Read Full Article:


November, 8, 1945 A.D.:
Majlis Approves Hakimi's Cabinet

One month after Ebrahim Hakimi presented his cabinet, Majlis issued him a vote of confidence to proceed with the new government despite opposition by Seyyed Ziaoddin Tabatabayi and the Toodeh Party. His main object was to control tensions with the USSR and persuade the Soviets to end their occupatio... Read Full Article:

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