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The Abadan Crisis was a major event in Iranian history. It began in with the nationalization of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company by the government of Iran, and the shutting down by the British of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company's huge oil refinery in Abadan. It ended with a successful CIA-orchestrated coup which overthrew the democratically elected government of Mohammed Mosaddeq in , and enabled the Shah to rule autocratically for the next 26 years, before he was overthrown by the Iranian Revolution. Halt of vote counting is seen as a defense against subversive British agents by some, and "as undemocratic and grasping for personal power" by others. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. New York: The New Press.
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Timeline of the Abadan Crisis
Timeline of the Abadan Crisis - Wikipedia
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Built by the Anglo-Persian Oil Company later BP on the basis of a lease obtained in ,  it was completed in as a pipeline terminus, and was one of the world's largest oil refineries. In , oil exports from Abadan totalled nearly 4. Its nationalisation in prompted the Abadan Crisis and ultimately the toppling of the democratically elected  prime minister Mossaddegh. The refinery was largely destroyed in September by Iraq during the initial stages of the Iraqi invasion of Iran's Khuzestan province, triggering the Iran—Iraq War. Media related to Abadan Refinery at Wikimedia Commons.