1. For a revealing narrative of these early Brits in Iran, see Denis Wright (British Ambassador to Iran 1963–1971), The English Among the Persians (William Heinemann Ltd., London, 1977)
1. For a detailed description of this visit see Rudy Abramson, Spanning the Century: The Life of W. Averell Harriman, 1891–1986 (William Morrow & Co, 1992)
2. Stephen Kinzer, All the Shah’s Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror, (John Wiley & Son, 2003)
3. Kinzer, All the Shah’s Men
1. Kinzer, All the Shah’s Men
2. Kinzer, All the Shah’s Men
3. Farah Pahlavi, An Enduring Love: My Life with the Shah (’Hyperian. New York, 2004)
4. Ardeshir Zahedi in personal letter to the author.
1. William Shawcross (son of Hartley, later Lord Shawcross, Attorney General), The Shah’s Last Ride: The Story of the Exile, Misadventures and Death of the Emperor, (Chatto & Windus Ltd, London, 1989)
2. Akbar Etemad, Iran’s Atomic Energy Program, edited by Reza Agkhami (Bethesda Press, 1997)
3. Asadollah Alam and Alinaghi Alikhani, The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran’s Royal Court, 1969–1977 (St Martins Press, New York, 1993)
1. Revolutionary Iran has renamed this Enghelab Avenue.
1. Houchang Nahavandi, The Last Shah of Iran: Fatal Countdown of A Great Patriot Betrayed by the Free World, A Great Country Whose Fault was Success, (Aquilon Ltd., 2005)