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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Acheson, Dean:
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 60
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 99, 101, 106, 109, 121, 146
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 70, 77, 103
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 27, 49, 76, 99, 101, 121
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 85, 90, 96, 97
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 141
    • Adhavi, Col. Mohammad, 182
    • Afshar, Maj. Houshang, 330
    • Afshartus, Gen. Mahmud, 155, 182, 188, 196, 197, 205, 335
    • Ahmadi, 73
    • Akhavi, Ali Akbar, 207, 258
    • Akhavi, Brig. Gen. Hassan, 317, 322, 323, 332, 335, 340, 370
    • Akhavi, Morteza, 336
    • Akhavj, Col. H., 240
    • Ala, Hossein (see also Ala administration period):
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate, 42, 54
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 49, 56
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 113, 157, 159, 164, 165, 187, 188, 205
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 75, 77, 78, 79
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 49, 370
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 83, 91, 92
      • Resignation of, 20, 22, 65
      • U.S. covert activities and, 5, 8
      • Zahedi government period, 354, 370, 375
    • Ala administration period (Mar.-Apr. 1951):
      • Berry memoranda, 12
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4, 5
      • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 3
      • Langer memoranda, 16
      • NIE6, 13
      • NSC 107, 6, 14
      • NSC 107 progress reports, 21
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 7, 10, 17
      • Soviet policy in Iran during, 3, 4, 6, 19
      • Special Estimate, 7, 9, 28
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • U.S. covert activities, 5, 6, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18
    • Aldrich, Winthrop W., 218, 300, 331
    • Alemi, 325
    • Allen, George, 26, 192
    • Allen, Raymond, 116
    • Amayoun Party, 192
    • Amidi-Nuri, 335
    • Amini, Abol Ghassem:
    • Amini, Ali, 373
    • Amini, Brig. Gen. Mahmoud, 205, 212, 216, 226
    • Amiralai, Chamseddine, 42
    • Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC) (see also Oil nationalization dispute), 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20
    • Ansari, Engineer, 341
    • Arab, Hassan, 330
    • Aramesh, Ahmad, 332, 361
    • Arfa, Gen. Hasan, 73, 322, 323, 332, 335, 370, 375
    • Armory, Robert, Jr., 145, 304
    • Armstrong, W. Park, Jr., 357
    • Ashrafi, Mir, 217
    • Azad, Ibol Qader, 5, 65
    • Azerbaijani people, 1, 11, 13, 188, 295
    • Azimi, Reza, 336
    • Babadori, Gen. Ahmad, 182
    • Baghai, Mosafar:
    • Baharmast, Gen., 165, 175
    • Bahbudi, 361
    • Bahmanbegui, 315, 316
    • Bailey, Ronald, 134
    • Bakhtiar, 336
    • Bakhtiar, Col. Timur, 240, 288, 323, 370
    • Bakhtiar tribe (see also Iranian tribes), 178, 192, 197, 219
    • Bakhtiari, Abul Ghasem, 178, 197, 219
    • Balmer, Brig. Gen. Jesmond D., 109, 110, 117, 170
    • Baqai, Mosafar. See Baghai, Mosafar
    • Baqi, Abdul, 114, 155, 203, 205
    • Barnes, 304
    • Barnes, Tracy:
      • Operation Ajax, 307
    • Barzani, Gen. Mulla Mustafa, 4
    • Batmangelitch, Gen. Nadr:
    • Battle, Lucius D., 38
    • Bayne, Ned, 116
    • Beale, 134
    • Bealey, 205
    • Becker, 104
    • Becker, Loftus E., 129, 131, 138
    • Beeley, Harold, 181
    • Behbehani, 192, 193, 330
    • Berry, Burton Y.:
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 26
      • Operation Ajax, First attempt, 271, 272, 274
    • Berry, J. Lampton:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, U.S.-British discussions, 134
      • Zahedi government, Soviet relations with, 298
    • Berry:
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 70, 126
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 170
    • Berry (Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs):
      • Ala administration period, 8, 12
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 60
    • Black, 299
    • Black, Eugene R., Jr., 313
    • Black, Lt. Col., 170
    • Black, Robert, 215
    • Boghai, Mozafar, 5
    • Bohlen, Charles E., 109, 146
    • Bonbright, James C.H., 133
    • Bonesteel, Col., 299
    • Borel, Paul, 365
    • Boroujerdi, Ayatollah, 192, 193
    • Bowie, Robert, 218, 220, 225, 304
    • Bowker, James, 90, 226
    • Bowker, R.J., 281
    • Bradley, Gen. Omar N., 145
    • British role in Iran (see also Oil nationalization dispute; Operation Ajax; U.S.-British discussions under other headings):
      • Ala administration period, 6, 9, 12, 13, 16, 21
      • CIA internal discussions, 53
      • Diplomatic relations break, 136
      • Iranian tribes and, 30, 32, 168, 175
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 47, 50, 51
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • Henderson memoranda, 210, 212
        • U.S.-Baghai discussions, 135
        • U.S.-British emergency planning, 110
      • Mossadeq removal proposals and, 42, 46, 54, 56, 73, 77, 78
      • NIE6, 13
      • NSC 107, 6, 14, 21, 35
      • Razmara assassination and, 2
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • Wagner memoranda, 1
      • Zahedi government period, 300, 318, 325, 330, 341, 347, 353, 354, 355, 375
    • Brownell, Herbert, Jr., 304
    • Bruce, David K., 109, 118
    • Bryant, Elmer C., 315, 316, 321
    • Bundy, William P., 150
    • Burrows, 134
    • Bushehri, Javad, 375
    • Busheri, 73, 80, 127
    • Byroade, Henry:
      • Documents not declassified, 148
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 101, 181
      • Operation Ajax, 225
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 85, 97
      • Zahedi government, 298, 305, 309
    • Cabell, Gen. Charles P., 216, 295, 304, 305, 307, 338
    • Carney, Adm. Robert B., 304
    • Carr, Robert, 72
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (see also headings beginning with CIA; U.S. covert activities):
      • CIA Memoranda of Information, No. 67, “Iranian Developments,” 20
      • Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4, 5
      • Documents not declassified, 130
      • Information Cables, CS PD 916, “Qashqai-Zahedi Relations,” 314
      • Information Reports:
        • CS–5029a, “Attitude of Shah Concerning His Present Position,” 178
        • CS–6360, “Planned Coup D’État against Mossadeq Government,” 182
        • CS–6708, “Tudeh Instructions Concerning Activities in Case of Anti-Mossadeq Coup,” 185
        • CS–6963, “Further Details Concerning General Zahedi’s Plans for Supplanting Mossadeq/Counter Measures by Mossadeq Government,” 188
        • CS–7704, “Opposition Test of Strength with Mossadeq,” 191
        • CS–8550, “Activities of Anti-Mossadeq Groups,” 195
        • CS–8642, “Zahedi Campaign to Replace Prime Minister Mossadeq,” 196
        • CS–8818, “Current Iranian Situation,” 197
        • CS–22194, 330
        • CS–22878, 336
        • CS–28662, 356
        • CS–28871, “Situation in the Tudeh Party,” 359
        • CS–40139, “Iran,” 367
        • CS–40518, “Government Offer to Khosrow Khan Qashqai,” 369
        • CS–40723, “Details of Opposition to Zahedi Government,” 370
        • CS DB–3966, “Attitude of Shah Toward General Zahedi’s Plans for Ousting Mossadeq/Attitude of Shah and Opposition Leaders Toward Present Crisis,” 193
      • Intelligence Memoranda, SIC No. 9750, “Effects of Closing Down the Iranian Oil Industry,” 39
      • Office of Intelligence Research memoranda, No. 1378, “Iran:: Potential Character of a Kashani-Dominated Government,” 181
      • Office of National Estimates memoranda:
        • No. 32, “The Situation in Iran,” 3
        • No. 171, “The Tudeh Problem in US Intelligence,” 58
        • No. 211, “Effect of Recent Developments in Iran on Mossadeq’s Regime,” 67
        • No. 247, “An Evaluation of the Significance of the National Front Movement in Iran,” 82, 86
        • No. 256, “OIR Comments on Staff Memorandum No. 247,” 86
    • Churchill, Winston, 121, 205, 210, 212, 318, 352
    • Collins, Gen., 176
    • Communism. See Soviet policy in Iran; Tudeh Party
    • Corrigan, Claud H., 225
    • Crowl, R. Bernard, 215
    • Cunningham, Joseph H., 205, 341
    • Cuomo, Anthony, 23, 43, 64, 155, 233, 333
    • Cutler, Robert, 171, 176, 304
    • Dadsetan, Maj. Gen. Farhat, 332, 335, 336, 344
    • Daftari, Gen., 240, 270, 288
    • Davalou, Col., 196
    • Davis, A.C.:
      • NSC 107, 6
    • Deihimi, Gen., 322, 323, 332, 335, 336, 340
    • Derakshan, Gen., 240
    • Documents not declassified, 130, 148, 149, 214, 221, 222, 234, 310, 311
    • Dodge, Joseph M., 146, 171, 176
    • Dolatabadi, 335
    • Donovan, William, 366
    • Dooher, Gerald F.P., 34, 36, 61, 115
    • Dubois, Arthur, 139
    • Dulles, Allen:
      • Ala administration period, 7, 8, 11, 18
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 53
        • Majlis elections, 66
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • Briefing notes, 153, 194, 254
        • Long memoranda, 108
        • Mossadeq resignation threat (Feb. 1953), 160
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 259
        • Oil nationalization dispute, 153, 171, 176
        • Shah foreign travel plans, 162
        • Thornburg memoranda, 154
        • Tudeh Party legalization, 209
        • U.S. capabilities analyses, 168
        • U.S. covert activities, 183
        • U.S. economic aid, 252
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 25, 26, 104, 118
      • Oil cartel suit, 304
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 304, 305, 319, 365
      • Operation Ajax, 184, 225, 243, 251, 292, 363
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 171, 176
      • U.S. covert activities:
        • Ala administration period, 8, 11, 18
        • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 183
      • U.S. security interests in Iran, 10
      • Zahedi government:
    • Dulles, John Foster:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 230
        • Henderson discussions, 206
        • Oil nationalization dispute, 171, 172, 174, 176
        • Shah foreign travel plans, 163, 166
        • U.S. economic aid, 206, 218
      • Oil cartel suit, 304
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 171, 172, 174, 176, 304, 352
      • Operation Ajax, 225, 251, 363
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 171, 176
      • Zahedi government, 304, 352, 372
    • Dunn, James C., 68
    • Ebtehaj, Abolhassan, 42, 73
    • Eden, Anthony, 171, 172, 176, 179, 181, 331, 341, 353
    • Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D.:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • Allen Dulles memoranda, 168
        • Henderson memoranda, 211
        • Mossadeq correspondence, 230, 238, 249, 258, 259
        • Oil nationalization dispute, NSC discussions, 171, 176
        • Truman discussions, 146
      • Operation Ajax, 271, 293, 295, 328, 363
      • Zahedi correspondence, 301, 302
    • Emami, Jemal, 65, 78
    • Emmerglick:
    • Entezam, Nasrollah, 73, 75, 80, 330, 331
    • Eqbal, Abdol, 219
    • Eqbal, Manuchehr, 370, 375
    • Faramarzi, Abdul Rahman, 51
    • Farman-Farmayan, 114
    • Faroud, Farokh, 330
    • Farzanegan, Brig. Gen., 270, 289, 326, 340
    • Fateh, Mostafa, 332
    • Fatemi, Hossein, 157, 201, 205, 209, 283, 306, 325, 344
    • Fechteler, Adm. W.M., 141
    • Fedayan Islam, 192
    • Fedi-i-a-Islam, 3, 67
    • Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr., 34, 70, 73, 85
    • Firth, 179
    • Flemming, Arthur, 304
    • Foster, William C., 74
    • Franks, Oliver, 12
    • Frazer, William, 65
    • Friends of Islam, 9
    • Imami, Hasan, 330, 332
    • Imami, Sharif, 330, 335, 337
    • India, 303
    • International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) (World Bank), 57, 67
    • International Court of Justice (ICJ), 47, 76
    • Iran Party, 192, 205, 235
    • Iranian-Soviet Treaty (1921), 1, 6, 19, 145, 355
    • Iranian tribes (see also Kurds; Qashqai tribe):
      • British role, 30, 32, 168
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 136, 139, 153, 175, 177, 178, 233
      • Mossadeq removal proposals and, 192
      • U.S.-British joint estimates, 72
      • U.S. covert activities, 109
        • British paper, 133
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 5
        • CIA/State/Defense/JCS discussions, 170
        • Long memoranda, 108
        • U.S. capabilities analyses, 168, 169
        • Wisner memoranda, 117
        • Zahedi government period, 345, 350
    • Jackson, C.D., 304, 364
    • Jackson, William H., 4
    • Jahanban, Gen. Mohammed Hoseyn, 370
    • Jernegan, John D.:
    • Johnson, 225
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) (see also Davis, A.C.), 141, 145
    • Joyce, Robert P., 109, 110, 126, 133
    • Kaiser, Maj. William, 289
    • Kashani, Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem:
      • Ala administration period, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 17
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 43, 51, 61, 65
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • Byroade memoranda, 121
        • CIA Information Reports, 193
        • CIA monthly reports, 167
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
        • Coup plot, 120, 124, 127
        • Allen Dulles memoranda, 168
        • Henderson discussions, 140, 142
        • Henderson memoranda, 112, 114, 124, 155
        • Henderson recall rumors, 113
        • Mossadeq resignation threat (Feb. 1953), 157
        • NIE75, 143, 152
        • Shah foreign travel plans, 165
        • Special Estimates, 132
        • U.S. covert activities, 170
        • U.S. economic aid, 115
        • Zahedi coup plots, 187, 191
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 73, 181, 192
      • National Front and, 5, 43, 65
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 91, 94
      • Razmara assassination and, 9
      • U.S. covert activities and, 5, 8, 11, 59
      • Zahedi government period, 329, 330, 339
    • Kashani, Mostafa, 115, 196, 217
    • Kazemi, 127, 155
    • Kent, Sherman, 62, 81, 162, 259, 365
    • Khalili, Parvis Khan, 68, 70
    • Khashanizshad-Kashani, 115
    • Khazrai, 68, 70
    • King, G.D., 344
    • Kitchen, J.C., 49
    • Klein, Harry T., 361
    • Krentz, 109
    • Kurds (see also Iranian tribes), 1, 4, 13, 175, 192
    • Landry, Gen. Robert, 43
    • Langer, William L., 16, 33, 37
    • Lankarani, Ahmad, 335, 337
    • Lay, James S., Jr.:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 145, 147, 171, 176
      • NSC 107, 6
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 27, 31, 171, 176, 304, 365
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 128, 138
      • Zahedi government, 304, 355
    • Leavitt, John H., 67, 82, 122, 167
    • Levy, Walter, 43, 218, 220
    • Lodge, Henry Cabot, 146
    • Long, Robert E., 104, 108
    • Lotfi, Abdol Ali, 114
    • Love, Kenneth, 266
    • Love, Richard, 254
    • Lovett, Robert A., 141, 145, 146
    • Luce, Clare Booth, 279
    • Magruder, Gen., 109, 110, 117
    • Majzadeh, Braham, 193
    • Maki, Seyid Hosein:
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate, 73, 75, 80
      • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 114, 155, 190, 193, 205
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 217, 238
      • National Front formation and, 65
      • U.S. covert activities and, 5
      • Zahedi government period, 314, 329, 330
    • Makins, Roger, 90, 95, 226, 250, 278, 352
    • Malek, Col., 332
    • Maleki, Khalil, 192
    • Mansur, Hassan Ali:
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate, 42, 73, 75, 77, 78, 79, 80
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 156, 177
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • Zahedi government period, 330
    • Martin-Daftari, 73
    • Masud, Askar, 219
    • Matthews, H. Freeman:
      • Ala administration period, 8
      • Documents not declassified, 148
      • Iranian tribes, 30
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 133, 134, 218, 220
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 57, 103
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 57, 218, 220
      • Operation Ajax, 225
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 97
      • Zahedi government, 298
    • Mattison, Gordon H.:
    • McClelland, 168
    • McClure, Gen. Robert A., 218, 267, 307, 312, 360
    • McGhee, George C., 12, 26, 30, 49, 65
    • Meftah, 303
    • Mehdiwazar, 114
    • Melbourne, Roy M.:
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 55, 64, 65, 72
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 112, 113, 135, 155, 233
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 80, 204, 205
      • Operation Ajax, 263
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 94
      • Zahedi government:
        • Baghai on, 341
        • Domestic programs, 208
        • Howison memoranda, 332
        • Intra-government conflicts, 325
        • Qashqai tribe relations with, 316, 321
        • Tudeh Party suppression, 344
        • U.S. anti-communism policy recommendations, 333
        • U.S. covert activities, 345, 350
    • Merchant, Livingston, 218
    • Meshed, 114
    • Middle East Defense Organization (MEDO), 171
    • Middleton, George H.:
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 42
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 99, 101
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 54, 56, 78, 101, 107
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 84, 92, 95
    • Millspaugh, Arthur, 65
    • Mirfanderski, Brig. Gen., 332
    • Mirjahangiri, Gen., 315, 336
    • Moazami, Abdullah, 193, 203, 205, 238
    • Modabar, 249
    • Mohammadi, Hadi Nazar, 344
    • Mohanna, 267
    • Moini, Col., 323
    • Monnazeh, Gen. Ali, 196
    • Morgan, George A., 183
    • Morrison, Herbert, 16
    • Moshar, Yusef, 329, 330
    • Mossadeq, Gholam, 219
    • Mossadeq, Mohammad (see also Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952); Mossadeq administration post-crisis period; Mossadeq removal proposals):
      • Ala administration period, 5, 8
      • Eisenhower correspondence, 230, 238, 249, 258, 259
      • Operation Ajax, 280, 281
      • Prime Ministership appointment, 20
      • Razmara assassination and, 28
      • Resignation and reinstatement (July 1952). See Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952).
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • Zahedi government period treatment, 303, 307, 322, 325, 327, 343, 344, 347, 353, 354, 357
    • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952) (see also Mossadeq removal proposals; Oil nationalization dispute; Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952)):
      • British policy, 47, 50, 51
      • CIA internal discussions, 53
      • CIA Memoranda of Information, 20
      • CIA Office of Intelligence Research memoranda, 44
      • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 67, 82
      • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 22, 24, 51
      • Economic situation, 79, 81
      • Kashani role, 43
      • Langer memoranda, 37
      • Majlis elections, 56, 59, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67
      • NIE46, 58, 62, 63, 67
      • NSC 107 progress reports, 31
      • NSC background summary, 49
      • NSC discussions, 50
      • Qashqai brothers U.S. visit (1951), 34, 36
      • Richards memoranda, 23, 42, 43
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 71
      • Special Estimates, 28
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • U.S.-British discussions, 42, 46, 54, 56, 57
      • U.S.-British joint estimates, 55, 72
      • U.S. covert activities, 29, 40, 41, 48, 59, 61, 66
      • U.S. military aid to Iran refusal, 60, 63, 65, 67
      • U.S. Qashqai tribe consultations, 34, 36, 74
      • Villard memoranda, 29
    • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period (July 1952–Aug. 1953) (see also Mossadeq administration post-crisis political situation; Mossadeq removal proposals; Oil nationalization dispute):
      • Dubois visit, 139
      • Shah foreign travel plans:
        • John Foster Dulles memoranda, 163, 166
        • Henderson-Ala discussions, 159, 164, 165
        • Henderson-Abol Ghassem Amini discussions, 235
        • Henderson memoranda, 161, 165, 200, 212
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
        • Kent memoranda, 162
        • Mattison memoranda, 237
        • Melbourne memoranda, 233
        • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 238
      • U.S.-British emergency planning, 110
      • U.S. covert activities (see also Mossadeq removal proposals):
        • British paper, 133
        • CIA Director’s meeting discussions, 102
        • Leavitt memoranda, 122
        • NSC 136, 147, 180, 183
        • Richards memoranda, 105
        • State Department guidance, 109
        • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 117, 158, 170
        • U.S. capabilities analyses, 138, 168, 169
        • Wisner memoranda, 117
      • U.S. economic aid:
        • British paper, 133, 134
        • Byroade memoranda, 121
        • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
        • Henderson-Abol Ghassem Amini discussions, 235
        • Henderson memoranda, 198
        • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 137
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
        • Jernegan memoranda, 218
        • Mutual Security-State Department discussions, 215
        • Press conference, 252
        • Truman-Acheson discussions, 106
        • U.S.-Kashani discussions, 115
      • U.S.-Iranian relations:
        • CIA Information Reports, 195
        • CIA monthly reports, 202
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 194
        • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 230, 238, 249, 258, 259
        • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 280
        • Henderson recall proposals, 171
        • Henderson recall rumors, 113
    • Mossadeq administration post-crisis political situation:
      • Acheson memoranda, 99
      • Amini appointment, 197, 200, 201, 203, 204
      • British paper, 133, 134
      • Byroade memoranda, 121
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 249
      • CIA Information Reports, 178, 185
      • CIA memoranda, 175
      • CIA monthly reports, 125, 167, 202, 213, 231, 257
      • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
      • Committee of Eight, 187, 191, 193, 233
      • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 153, 194, 254
      • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
      • Allen Dulles memoranda, 168
      • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence and, 238, 249
      • Henderson-Abol Ghassem Amini discussions, 235
      • Henderson debriefing, 150
      • Henderson memoranda, 112, 155, 173, 203, 211, 224
      • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 100
      • Kashani-Tudeh coup plot (Sept. 1952), 120, 124, 127
      • Long memoranda, 108
      • Mattison memoranda, 151, 244, 246
      • Melbourne memoranda, 233
      • Mossadeq resignation threat (Feb. 1953), 157, 160
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 259
      • NIE75, 143, 150, 151
      • NSC 136, 144, 145, 147, 180, 183
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 238, 239, 242
      • Special Estimates, 132
      • Thornburg memoranda, 116, 118, 119, 154
      • Truman-Eisenhower discussions, 146
      • Tudeh Party legalization, 209
      • U.S.-Baghai discussions, 135
      • U.S.-British discussions, 99, 134, 172
      • U.S.-Kashani discussions, 115, 140, 142
      • Warne-Akhavi discussions, 207
      • Zahedi coup plots, 156, 182, 187, 188, 191, 193, 195, 196
    • Mossadeq removal proposals (see also Operation Ajax; Zahedi coup plots under Mossadeq administration post-crisis period):
      • Acheson memoranda, 70, 103
      • British role in Iran and, 42, 46, 54, 56, 73, 77, 78
      • Byroade memoranda, 101
      • CIA Director’s meeting discussions, 104
      • CIA director’s staff meeting discussions, 25
      • CIA Information Reports, 193
      • CIA Iran Branch estimates, 192
      • CIA Office of Intelligence Research memoranda, 181
      • CIA-State Department discussions, 26, 126
      • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 189, 190
      • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
      • Henderson memoranda, 80, 107
      • Henderson-Shah discussions, 212
      • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 204, 205
      • Kashani-Tudeh coup plot (Sept. 1952), 120, 124, 127
      • Leavitt memoranda, 122
      • Mossadeq administration responses, 219
      • Pollard memoranda, 217
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • Thornburg memoranda, 116, 118, 122
      • U.S.-Ala consultations, 75, 77, 78
      • U.S.-British discussions:
      • U.S.-Qavam communications, 52, 68, 69, 78
      • U.S.-Shah discussions, 79
      • Wilber memoranda, 123
    • Movvagar, 5
    • Mozayeni, Gen. Hoseyn, 182, 196
    • Mumtaz, 289, 307
    • Murphy, Robert D., 225, 366
    • Mutual Security, Department of (DMS), 215, 218, 220
    • Naderi, 307
    • Najm, Abol Qasem, 375
    • Nariman, Seyid Mahud, 65
    • Nash, Frank C., 128, 299, 304
    • Nasiri, Col., 240
    • Nasr, 313
    • National Front (see also Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952)):
      • Ala administration period, 9, 17
      • Kashani role, 43
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 23, 24, 65, 82, 86
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 112, 121, 136, 238, 239, 242
      • Mossadeq removal proposals and, 79, 80, 192
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 98
      • Zahedi government period, 329, 330
    • National Intelligence Estimates:
      • Draft (Aug. 1953), 259
      • NIE6, “Iran’s Position in the East-West Conflict,” 10, 13
      • NIE34–54, “Probable Developments in Iran Through 1955,” 375
      • NIE46, “Probable Developments in Iran in 1952 in the Absence of an Oil Settlement,” 58, 62, 63, 67
      • NIE75, “Probable Developments in Iran Through 1953,” 143, 150, 151, 152
      • NIE102, “Probable Developments in Iran Through 1954,” 347, 357, 362
    • National Resistance Movement, 344
    • National Security Council (NSC):
    • Navabi, 270
    • Near East oil situation study, 304
    • Nehru, Jawaharlal, 303
    • Nitze, Paul, 29, 47, 103, 133, 146, 305
    • Nixon, Richard M.:
    • Noruzi, Davoud, 335, 337, 341
    • Oil. See Near East oil situation study; Oil cartel suit; Oil nationalization dispute.
    • Oil cartel suit, 304
    • Oil nationalization dispute:
      • British boycott, 37, 99, 121
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952):
        • British armed intervention possibility, 12, 16, 33, 35
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4, 5
        • CIA Intelligence Memoranda, 39
        • CIA Memoranda of Information, 20
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 3
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 22, 23, 24
        • Harriman Mission, 43, 44, 49
        • IBRD negotiations, 57, 67
        • International Court of Justice hearings, 47, 76
        • Kashani and, 43
        • Langer memoranda, 37
        • NIE46, 63
        • NSC 107, 35, 128
        • NSC 107 progress reports, 21, 31
        • NSC background summary, 49
        • NSC discussions, 27, 50
        • Soviet imports and, 45
        • Special Estimates, 7, 9, 28
        • Stokes Mission, 42, 43
        • Stutesman report, 65
        • UN Security Council discussions, 49, 51, 55
        • U.S.-British discussions, 46
        • U.S.-British joint estimates, 55, 72
        • U.S.-Qavam discussions, 78
        • Villard memoranda, 29, 47
        • Wagner memoranda, 2
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 99, 101, 106, 121
        • British paper, 133, 134
        • Byroade memoranda, 174
        • CIA Iran Branch estimates, 192
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 153
        • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
        • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 230, 238, 249, 258, 259
        • Henderson debriefing, 150
        • Henderson memoranda, 199, 224
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 212
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 204, 205
        • Jernegan memoranda, 218
        • Leavitt memoranda, 122
        • Makins paper, 250
        • Mossadeq resignation threat (Feb. 1953) and, 157
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 259
        • NIE75, 143, 152
        • NSC discussions, 171, 176
        • Special Estimates, 132
        • Thornburg memoranda, 118, 154
        • Truman-Churchill joint statement, 121
        • U.S.-British discussions, 171, 172, 176
      • Operation Ajax and, 216
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952) and, 90, 95, 97
      • Razmara assassination and, 2, 3, 9
      • Zahedi government period:
        • Baghai on, 337, 341, 353
        • CIA Information Reports, 370
        • CIA monthly reports, 326
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 365
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
        • Henderson-Baqai discussions, 335
        • Henderson memoranda, 348
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 354
        • Hoover mission, 331, 343
        • Melbourne memoranda, 325
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 357, 362
        • NSC discussions, 304
        • NSC statement of policy, 355
        • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 352
        • Settlement (1954), 373, 374, 375
        • Waller memoranda, 364
        • Wisner memoranda, 305
    • Operation Ajax (see also Mossadeq removal proposals; Zahedi government):
      • Authorization of, 225
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 363
      • Dulles-Dulles discussions, 251
      • Eisenhower message to Shah, 293
      • Execution of:
        • CIA internal discussions, 307
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 286, 287, 290, 306
        • CIA telegrams, 284, 285
        • Henderson memoranda, 283, 288
        • Waller memoranda, 291
      • First attempt:
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 274
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 275
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 264, 270, 273
        • CIA telegrams, 265, 269, 272, 277, 278
        • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 280, 281
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 271
        • Mattison memoranda, 261, 262, 263, 266, 267, 268
        • Shah press interview, 279
        • Tudeh Party responses, 276
      • Henderson briefing, 216
      • Qashqai tribe and, 236, 255, 291, 307
      • Richards memoranda, 223
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 184, 228, 241
      • Schwartzkopf role, 216, 227, 228, 229
      • Shah return, 284, 287, 290, 293
      • Tudeh Party and, 262, 276, 283, 295, 307
      • U.S.-British discussions, 232
      • Waller memoranda, 218
      • Warne situation, 243, 253
      • Zahedi correspondence, 240, 245, 248, 260
      • Zahedi government period, 334
      • Zahedi proposed government, 240, 260
    • Pace, Frank, 117
    • Page, Howard, 373
    • Pahlavi, Abdor Reza (prince of Iran), 69, 375
    • Pahlavi, Ali Reza (Prince of Iran), 196, 216
    • Pahlavi, Ashraf (Princess of Iran), 51, 65, 69, 370
    • Pahlavi, Gholam Reza (prince of Iran), 375
    • Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza (Shah of Iran):
      • Ala administration period, 5, 8, 12, 16, 21
      • Health of, 21
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 49, 51, 67
        • U.S.-British joint estimates, 72
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 112
        • British paper, 133
        • British role in Iran, 210, 212
        • Byroade memoranda, 121
        • CIA Information Reports, 178
        • CIA memoranda, 157
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
        • Foreign travel plans:
          • John Foster Dulles memoranda, 163, 166
          • Henderson-Ala discussions, 159, 164, 165
          • Henderson memoranda, 161, 165, 200, 212
          • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
          • Kent memoranda, 162
          • Melbourne memoranda, 233
        • Henderson memoranda, 136
        • Melbourne memoranda, 233
        • Mossadeq resignation threat (Feb. 1953), 160
        • Zahedi coup plots, 187, 193, 195, 196
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis political situation, Allen Dulles briefing notes, 194, 254
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 79
        • CIA Information Reports, 193
        • CIA Iran Branch estimates, 192
        • CIA-State Department discussions, 126
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 189
        • Henderson discussions, 212
        • Henderson memoranda, 107
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 204, 205
        • Thornburg memoranda, 118, 122
        • U.S.-Ala consultations, 75, 77
        • U.S.-British discussions, 42, 54
        • U.S.-Qavam communications, 68, 78
        • Wilber memoranda, 123
      • NIE46, 67
      • NSC 107, 35
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 212, 354
      • Operation Ajax:
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 83, 87, 91, 92, 93, 94, 97
      • Razmara assassination, 2
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • U.S.-British joint estimates, 55
      • Zahedi government:
        • Baghai interview, 356
        • British relations with, 354
        • Corruption problems, 367
        • Domestic programs, Henderson discussions, 303
        • Intra-government conflicts:
          • CIA Information Reports, 317
          • CIA monthly reports, 351
          • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
          • Gannett-Perron discussions, 361
          • Henderson discussions, 335, 340, 360
          • Henderson memoranda, 348
          • National Intelligence Estimates, 347
          • NSC discussions, 320
          • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 322, 323
        • Majlis dissolution/elections, 351, 354
        • Mossadeq treatment, 327, 354
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 375
        • Nixon visit, 354, 360
        • U.S. military aid, 312, 349, 354, 355, 360
    • Pakravan, Col., 332
    • Palmer, Joseph, 181, 281
    • Pan-Iranist group, 192
    • Panahi, Abol Qasem, 52
    • Paul, Norman, 215
    • Perron, Ernest, 204, 205, 360, 361
    • Pirnia, Hoseyn, 330
    • Point IV (see also U.S. economic aid to Iran), 8, 63, 65, 86, 135, 137, 243, 253
    • Pollard, Cmdr. Eric, 156, 204, 205, 217, 307
    • Polowetzky, 113
    • Post-coup government. See Zahedi government.
    • Pyman, Launcelot, 73, 80
    • Qashqai, Abdullah, 74
    • Qashqai, Khosro:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 165, 200
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 217
      • Operation Ajax, 255
      • U.S. visit (1951), 34, 36
      • Zahedi government period, 315, 316, 321, 351, 369
    • Qashqai, Malek Mansur, 315, 321, 369
    • Qashqai, Mohamad, 34, 36
    • Qashqai, Mohammed Hosein, 366, 369
    • Qashqai, Nasser, 74, 121, 314, 315, 316, 324, 336, 351, 358, 369
    • Qashqai tribe (see also Iranian tribes):
      • Amini appointment and, 200, 201
      • Mossadeq removal proposals and, 192
      • Operation Ajax and, 236, 255, 291, 307
      • Qashqai brothers U.S. visit (1951), 34, 36
      • U.S. consultations with, 34, 36, 74
      • U.S. covert activities and, 40, 48, 102, 109, 117, 168
      • Wiley memoranda, 38
      • Zahedi government relations with:
        • Bryant memoranda, 315
        • CIA Information Cables, 314
        • CIA Information Reports, 336, 369
        • CIA monthly reports, 308, 326, 351
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 324
        • Henderson-Zahedi discussions, 358
        • Melbourne memoranda, 316, 321
        • Murphy-Mohammed Hosein Qashqai discussions, 366
    • Qavam, Ahmad (see also Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952)):
      • As Ala replacement candidate, 16
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate:
        • Acheson memoranda, 70
        • Henderson memoranda, 80
        • Stutesman report, 65
        • U.S.-Ala consultations, 75, 77, 78
        • U.S.-British discussions, 42, 46, 54, 56, 73, 78
        • U.S.-Qavam communications, 52, 68, 69, 78
        • U.S.-Shah discussions, 79
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 78
      • Zahedi government period, 303
    • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952):
      • Acheson memoranda, 85
      • CIA status report, 111
      • Editorial note, 87
      • Henderson memoranda, 83, 84, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 98, 112
      • State Department position paper, 97
      • Truman-Acheson discussions, 96
      • U.S.-British discussions, 84, 90, 92, 95
    • Qavam prime minstership (1952). See Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952).
    • Radford, Adm. Arthur W., 304, 338
    • Rafi, Haji Agha Reza, 193
    • Rashidian, Seyfollah, 330
    • Raynor, 220
    • Razavi, 238, 249
    • Razmara, Haj Ali (see also Razmara assassination), 65, 115, 118
    • Razmara assassination, 2
      • Berry memoranda, 12
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4, 5
      • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 3
      • NIE6, 13
      • NSC 107 on, 6
      • Special Estimate, 7, 9
      • U.S. security interests in Iran and, 10
    • Riahi, Gen. Esmail, 188
    • Riahi, Gen. Taghi, 188, 205, 217, 235, 267, 270, 307, 354
    • Richards, 134
    • Richards, Arthur L.:
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 23, 43
        • Mossadeq removal proposals, 42, 46, 52
        • Oil nationalization dispute, 218, 220
        • Stutesman report, 65
        • Tudeh Party, 64
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
        • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 230
        • Henderson recall rumors, 113
        • Mattison memoranda, 151
        • Shah foreign travel plans, 163, 166
        • U.S. covert activities, 105
        • U.S. economic aid, 215, 218, 220
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 118, 204, 205
      • Operation Ajax, 223
      • Zahedi government, 256, 332, 333, 335
    • Ridgway, Gen. Matthew B., 304, 312
    • Roach. See Schwartzkopf, Brig. Gen. Norman H.
    • Roosevelt, Kermit:
      • Ala administration period, 7, 8, 10, 14, 17, 18
      • Documents not declassified, 222, 234, 310, 311
      • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 238
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 48, 53, 71
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 105, 119, 133, 134, 238, 239, 242
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 26, 122, 126, 179, 192, 238
      • Operation Ajax, 184, 228, 241
        • Authorization of, 225
        • Execution of, 292, 306, 307
        • First attempt, 263
        • Henderson briefing, 216
        • Qashqai tribe and, 236
        • U.S.-British discussions, 232
        • Warne situation, 243, 253
        • Zahedi correspondence, 240
        • Zahedi government period, 334
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 71, 129, 131
      • U.S. security interests in Iran, 10
      • Zahedi government, 352
        • Baghai on, 337
        • Intra-government conflicts, 322, 323, 337
        • Mossadeq treatment, 327
        • Opposition activities, 329
        • U.S. covert activities, 346
        • U.S. military aid, 338, 349
    • Ross, A.D.M., 181
    • Rothnie, A.K., 181, 187
    • Rountree, William M., 26, 43, 49, 73
    • Sadchikov, Ivan, 19, 231
    • Sadeqi, 325
    • Saed, Mohammed, 65
    • Sajjadi, Mohammed, 375
    • Salah, Jehanshah, 337
    • Saleh, Illahyer:
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate, 73, 75, 79, 80
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 123, 165
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 189
      • National Front and, 65
      • U.S. covert activities and, 5
      • Zahedi government period, 309
    • Saleh, Jehan Shah, 335
    • Sanjabi, Kavim, 193, 325, 344
    • Sayah, Kazem, 330
    • Schaetzel, 220
    • Schwartzkopf, Brig. Gen. Norman H., 216, 227, 228, 229
    • Schwind, Donald, 266
    • Shah of Iran. See Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza.
    • Shayegan, Seyid Ali, 65, 73, 155, 325
    • Shepherd, Gen. Lemuel C., 46, 304
    • Smith, Gen. Walter B.:
      • Ala administration period, 11, 16
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 37, 62, 81
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 108, 117, 145, 154, 180, 211
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 25, 104, 118, 181
      • Oil nationalization dispute, 33, 37, 250, 305, 352, 364
      • Operation Ajax, 225, 243, 271, 278
      • U.S. covert activities, 11
      • Zahedi government, 298
    • Snyder, John W., 146
    • Soheily, Ali, 73, 80, 330, 375
    • Soviet-Iranian relations:
      • Iranian financial claims, 247
      • Iranian-Soviet Treaty (1921), 1, 6, 19, 145, 355
      • Zahedi government, 298, 347
    • Soviet policy in Iran (see also Tudeh Party):
      • British paper, 133
      • CIA Intelligence Memoranda, 19
      • CIA monthly reports, 231
      • CIA Office of Research and Reports study, 45
      • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 51
      • Henderson-Abol Ghassem Amini discussions, 235
      • Iranian tribes and, 175
      • Kashani ties, 3
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 259, 347, 375
      • NIE46, 63
      • NIE75, 143, 152
      • NSC 107, 6
      • NSC 136, 145
      • NSC statement of policy, 355
      • Oil industry shutdown and, 39, 63
      • Razmara assassination and, 3, 4
      • Special Estimates, 28
      • Stutesman report, 65
      • Wagner memoranda, 1
    • Soviet Union. See Soviet-Iranian relations; Soviet policy in Iran
    • Special Estimates:
      • SE–3, “The Current Crisis in Iran,” 7, 9
      • SE–6, “Current Development in Iran,” 28
      • SE–33, “Prospects for Survival of Mossadeq Regime in Iran,” 132
    • Special political operations. See U.S. covert activities.
    • Stassen, Harold E., 171, 176, 215, 282, 304, 305
    • Stewart, Gen., 299
    • Stokes Mission, 42, 43
    • Strauss, Lewis, 304
    • Strong, 170
    • Stutesman, John H.:
    • Sumka party, 192
    • Tabriz, 114
    • Tadj ol-Molouk (queen mother of Iran), 65, 69, 80
    • Third Force, 192
    • Thornburg, Max, 116, 118, 119, 122, 126, 154
    • Toilers Party, 192, 337, 341
    • TP-AJAX. See Operation Ajax.
    • Tribes. See Iranian tribes; Qashqai tribe.
    • Truman, Harry S.:
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 30, 49
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 106, 121, 146, 171
      • NSC 107, 6, 14
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 96
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 141
    • Tudeh Party (see also Soviet policy in Iran; Tudeh Party suppression under Zahedi government; Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans):
      • Ala administration period:
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4
        • CIA Intelligence Memoranda, 19
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 3
        • Langer memoranda, 16
        • NIE6 on, 13
        • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 7, 10
        • Special Estimates, 7, 9, 28
        • Strikes (Apr. 1951), 12
        • U.S. covert activities, 5, 8, 11
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952):
        • CIA Memoranda of Information, 20
        • CIA Office of Intelligence Research memoranda, 44
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 58
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 51
        • Henderson memoranda, 64
        • Langer memoranda, 33
        • Majlis elections, 64, 66, 67
        • NIE46, 58, 62, 63
        • U.S.-British joint estimates, 55
        • U.S. covert activities, 41, 48, 59, 66
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 124, 132
        • British paper, 133
        • CIA Information Reports, 185
        • CIA Iran Branch estimates, 192
        • CIA memoranda, 175
        • CIA monthly reports, 231
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
        • CIA papers, 247
        • Coup plot, 120, 124, 127
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 194
        • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
        • Allen Dulles memoranda, 168
        • Henderson memoranda, 112, 114, 136
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
        • Legalization, 209
        • Mattison memoranda, 246
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 259
        • NIE75, 143, 150, 152
        • NSC discussions, 171
        • U.S.-Baghai discussions, 135
        • U.S. covert activities, 213
        • Warne memoranda, 258
        • Zahedi coup plots, 188
      • Operation Ajax and, 262, 276, 283, 295, 296, 297, 307
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952), 91, 98, 111
      • Wagner memoranda, 1
      • Zahedi government period (see also Tudeh Party suppression under Zahedi government), 327, 336, 339, 342, 359, 375
    • Tudeh Party suppression under Zahedi government:
      • Baghai on, 335, 337, 341
      • Bryant memoranda, 315
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 374
      • CIA internal discussions, 307
      • CIA monthly reports, 308, 326, 343
      • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
      • Melbourne memoranda, 344
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 375
      • NSC discussions, 304
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 322
    • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans:
      • British paper, 133, 134
      • CIA internal discussions, 53
      • CIA monthly reports, 167, 186
      • CIA/State/Defense/JCS discussions, 170
      • JCS memoranda, 141
      • Nash memoranda, 128
      • NSC 107, 6, 131
      • NSC 136, 145, 147, 180, 183
      • NSC discussions, 171, 176
      • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 71, 129
      • U.S.-British discussions, 158
      • U.S. capabilities analyses, 138, 168, 169
      • Wisner memoranda, 117
    • Twining, Gen. Nathan F., 304
    • UN Security Council, 49, 51
    • United Kingdom. See British role in Iran; U.S.-British collaborative action
    • U.S. covert activities (see also Operation Ajax):
      • Ala administration period, 5, 6, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18
      • Arms stockpiling, 105, 108, 109, 117, 170
      • Iranian tribes and, 109
        • British paper, 133
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 5
        • CIA/State/Defense/JCS discussions, 170
        • Long memoranda, 108
        • U.S. capabilities analyses, 168, 169
        • Wisner memoranda, 117
        • Zahedi government period, 345, 350
      • Mossadeq administration period (Apr. 1951–July 1952), 29, 40, 41, 48, 59, 61, 66
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period (see also Mossadeq removal proposals):
        • British paper, 133
        • CIA Director’s meeting discussions, 102
        • CIA monthly reports, 213
        • Leavitt memoranda, 122
        • NSC 136, 147, 180, 183
        • Richards memoranda, 105
        • State Department guidance, 109
        • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 117, 158, 170
        • U.S. capabilities analyses, 138, 168, 169
        • Wisner memoranda, 117
      • Qashqai tribe and, 40, 48, 102, 109, 117, 168
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 117, 158, 170
      • Zahedi government period, 342, 345, 346, 350, 368, 371
    • U.S. economic aid to Iran:
      • Allen Dulles memoranda, 11
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • British paper, 133, 134
        • Byroade memoranda, 121
        • John Foster Dulles-Henderson discussions, 206
        • Henderson-Abol Ghassem Amini discussions, 235
        • Henderson memoranda, 198
        • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 137
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
        • Jernegan memoranda, 218
        • Mutual Security-State Department discussions, 215
        • Press conference, 252
        • Truman-Acheson discussions, 106
        • U.S.-Kashani discussions, 115
      • NSC 107, 6
      • NSC 107 progress reports, 31
      • Operation Ajax and, 216
      • Qavam appointment crisis (July 1952) and, 83, 84, 85, 89, 90, 96
      • U.S.-Shah discussions, 79
      • Zahedi government:
        • CIA monthly reports, 326
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 286
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
        • Eisenhower-Zahedi correspondence, 301, 302
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 360
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 375
        • NSC discussions, 304, 320
        • NSC statement of policy, 355
        • Stutesman memoranda, 256
        • Wilson memoranda, 299
        • Wisner memoranda, 282, 313
    • U.S.-Iranian relations:
      • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 4
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 194, 195, 202, 280
        • CIA Information Reports, 195
        • CIA monthly reports, 202
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 194
        • Eisenhower-Mossadeq correspondence, 230, 238, 249, 258, 259
        • Henderson-Mossadeq discussions, 280
        • Henderson recall proposals, 171
        • Henderson recall rumors, 113
      • NIE6 on, 13
      • Warne memoranda, 258
      • Zahedi government, 301, 302, 325, 347, 354, 360, 375
    • U.S. military aid to Iran (see also U.S. military missions in Iran):
      • Jernegan memoranda, 218
      • Mossadeq policy, 60, 63, 65, 67, 97
      • Zahedi government:
        • CIA memoranda, 339
        • CIA monthly reports, 343
        • Henderson memoranda, 332
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 354, 360
        • McClure-Shah discussions, 312
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 375
        • NSC statement of policy, 355
        • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 338, 349
    • U.S. military missions in Iran, 1, 6, 60, 135
    • U.S. security interests in Iran (see also Soviet policy in Iran):
      • NIE6, 10, 13
      • NSC 107, 6, 14, 35
      • NSC discussions, 50
      • NSC statement of policy, 355
    • Valatbar, 165
    • Van Alstyne, David, 74
    • Vandenberg, Gen. Hoyt, 50, 171
    • Villard, Henry S., 29, 47
    • Vosuq, Maj. Gen. Ahmad, 317, 323, 332
    • Wagner, Joseph J., 1
    • Waller, John H.:
      • Documents not declassified, 222
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis political situation, 202, 213, 218, 252, 257
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 192, 217
      • Operation Ajax, 218
        • Authorization of, 225
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 363
        • Execution of, 291, 307
        • Henderson briefing, 216
        • Qashqai tribe and, 255
        • Schwartzkopf role, 227, 229
        • Warne situation, 253
      • Tudeh Party takeover contingency plans, 170, 186
      • Zahedi government, 298, 308, 309, 318, 351, 364
    • Wangh, 220
    • Warne, William E.:
    • Watson, Adam, 134
    • Waugh, Samuel C., 218
    • Webb, James E., 21, 31, 57
    • White, Col., 104, 282
    • Wilber, Donald, 123, 225, 307
    • Wiley, John, 38
    • Wilson, Charles E., 171, 176, 299
    • Wisner, Frank G.:
    • Woodhouse, 179
    • World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development), 313
    • Wright, Col., 170
    • Wright (British ChargÉ d’Affaires), 360
    • Young, Brig. Gen. Millard C., 169
    • Zahedi, Ardeshir:
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period, 115, 137, 156, 188, 196
      • Mossadeq removal proposals, 217
      • Operation Ajax, 266
      • Shah friendship with, 317
      • Zahedi government period, 330
    • Zahedi, Gen. Fazlullah (see also Zahedi government):
      • Ala administration period, 17
      • As Mossadeq replacement candidate, 42, 73, 107, 127
      • Churchill correspondence, 318
      • Eisenhower correspondence, 301, 302
      • Mossadeq administration post-crisis period:
        • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 177
        • Coup plots, 156, 182, 187, 188, 191, 193, 195, 196
        • Allen Dulles memoranda, 168
        • Henderson-Shah emissary discussions, 205
      • Mossadeq removal proposals and, 105, 189, 192, 217
      • Operation Ajax, 240, 245, 248, 270
    • Zahedi government (see also Tudeh Party suppression under Zahedi government):
      • Baghai on, 335, 337, 341, 353, 356
      • British relations with, 300, 318, 325, 330, 341, 347, 353, 354, 360, 375
      • Churchill-Zahedi correspondence, 318
      • CIA Information Reports, 330
      • CIA monthly reports, 326, 351
      • CIA Office of National Estimates memoranda, 362
      • Corruption problems, 354, 360, 367, 370
      • Domestic programs, 208, 294, 303
      • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
      • Henderson-Shah discussions, 303
      • Howe memoranda, 372
      • Intra-government conflicts:
        • CIA Directorate of Plans memoranda, 374
        • CIA Information Reports, 317
        • CIA monthly reports, 308, 343, 351
        • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
        • Gannett-Perron discussions, 361
        • Henderson memoranda, 332, 335, 340, 348
        • Henderson-Shah discussions, 335, 340, 360
        • Melbourne memoranda, 325
        • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 362
        • NSC discussions, 320
        • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 322, 323
      • Majlis dissolution/elections, 325, 332, 346, 347, 350, 351, 354, 357
      • Mossadeq treatment, 303, 307, 322, 325, 327, 343, 344, 347, 353, 354, 357
      • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 357, 362, 375
      • Nixon visit, 354, 360
      • NSC statement of policy, 355
      • Opposition activities, 329, 330, 332, 336, 339, 343, 344, 350
      • Qashqai tribe relations with:
        • Bryant memoranda, 315
        • CIA Information Cables, 314
        • CIA Information Reports, 336, 369
        • CIA monthly reports, 308, 326, 351
        • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 324
        • Henderson-Zahedi discussions, 358
        • Melbourne memoranda, 316, 321
        • Murphy-Mohammed Hosein Qashqai discussions, 366
        • Saleh ambassadorship, 309
        • Soviet relations with, 298
        • U.S. anti-communism policy recommendations, 333
        • U.S. covert activities, 342, 345, 346, 350, 368, 371
        • U.S. economic aid:
          • CIA monthly reports, 326
          • CIA Tehran Station memoranda, 286
          • Allen Dulles briefing notes, 319
          • Eisenhower-Zahedi correspondence, 301, 302
          • Henderson-Shah discussions, 360
          • National Intelligence Estimates, 375
          • NSC discussions, 304, 320
          • NSC statement of policy, 355
          • Stutesman memoranda, 256
          • Wilson memoranda, 299
          • Wisner memoranda, 282, 313
        • U.S. military aid:
          • CIA memoranda, 339
          • CIA monthly reports, 343
          • Henderson memoranda, 332
          • Henderson-Shah discussions, 354, 360
          • McClure-Shah discussions, 312
          • National Intelligence Estimates, 347, 375
          • NSC statement of policy, 355
          • Kermit Roosevelt memoranda, 338, 349
        • U.S. relations with, 301, 302, 325, 347, 354, 360, 375
      • Zanganeh, Ahmad, 258
      • Zia Tabatabai, Seyyid:
        • Ala administration period, 17, 22, 23, 51
        • As Ala replacement candidate, 16
        • Mossadeq removal proposals, 42, 46, 73
        • Stutesman report, 65
        • Zahedi government period, 330
      • Zimmerman, Maj. Gen. Wayne, 168
      • Zirakzadeh, 325, 344