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Coup D'Etat In Tehran

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This chapter briefly talks about Coup D'Etat in Tehran. Ever since the author's first short visits to Anbuh and Alamut in July, he had been anxious to improve his knowledge of the country east of the Rasht road. With the approval of the G.O.C. the author left Qazvin on 13 October, in company with Padre Newman, for an extended tour which was to last three weeks, due north over the watershed to Lahijan, 80 miles along the Caspian shore south-eastwards to the mouth of the Chalus river, and then back over the watershed due south to Tehran. Padre Newman, who was anxious to sample the joys of caravan travel in Persia, proved to be the most delightful of companions, with a shrewd sense of humour and a great capacity for enjoyment. The chapter also explains the story of this journey in detail.

Keywords: caravan travel; Coup D'Etat; Padre Newman; Persia; Tehran



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