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  • IRAN
    Date: 08/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-08/0029 - Source: House of Reps

  • any official information that he can give to the House about recent proposals for a settlement of the oil dispute between Britain and Iran ?
    Date: 08/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-08/0030 - Source: House of Reps

  • LP 0 CASEY, Richard Mr CASEY - We have no information of any consequence, other than that which has appeared in the press, about the negotiations for a settlement of the dispute which have taken place
    Date: 08/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-08/0031 - Source: House of Reps

  • IRAN
    Date: 01/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-01/0052 - Source: House of Reps

  • External Affairs whether, prior to the Iranian Government's action in breaking its agreement with the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Limited, the national income of Iran depended to a large degree upon income from sales of petroleum through that company. As Iran , despite the loss of this
    Date: 01/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-01/0053 - Source: House of Reps

  • embarrassment caused to the Iranian Government by the cutting off of that source of revenue is quite apparent. I understand that Iran has made every effort to fill the gap left by the loss of that revenue by all sorts of methods that cannot be
    Date: 01/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-01/0054 - Source: House of Reps

  • condemned in the United States of America. Because of the machinations of this organization, diplomatic relations between tho British Government and Iran have been ruptured on this same matter of oil, monopoly and exploitation. The Government proposes to hand over the only control that we
    Date: 29/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansards80/1952-10-29/0127 - Source: SENATE

  • - In view of the situation that has arisen in Iran and the reported breach of the diplomatic relations between that country and the United Kingdom, will the Minister acting for the
    Date: 24/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-24/0031 - Source: House of Reps

  • - The situation in Iran concerns the United Kingdom and does not directly concern Australia. From time to time the views of the Australian Government on the situation
    Date: 24/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-24/0032 - Source: House of Reps

  • but it has been influenced to do so mainly because it has been obliged to vacate the oil-fields that it previously operated in Iran . It seems to be a matter of good business for the company to establish a plant in Western Australia, and the Opposition
    Date: 14/10/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-10-14/0124 - Source: House of Reps

  • on behalf of the Anglo-Iranian company. That had all the charm of novelty. Only the other day the Prime Minister of Iran set about confiscating Anglo-Iranian oil under the guise of nationalizing it. I do not remember any protest being made by honorable members opposite,
    Date: 18/09/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-09-18/0067 - Source: House of Reps

  • oil to Australia. Previously we had obtained from 25 per cent, to 33£ per cent of our requirements of oil from Iran . After the war, and up to the time that the Abadan refinery closed, our imports from Iran increased steadily. Whereas in
    Date: 04/09/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-09-04/0106 - Source: House of Reps

  • trade arteries with the northern hemisphere, and the greater part of our oil supplies are drawn from Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran . It is unnecessary to remind honorable members that in the Middle East our troops fought with great distinction in the last two
    Date: 06/08/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-08-06/0095 - Source: House of Reps

  • of the British Government or the AngloIranian Oil Company. The trouble arose from the extreme attitude taken by the Government of Iran . As I have said on many occasions, we are always at liberty to make proposals to the friendly Government of our mother
    Date: 29/05/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1952-05-29/0000 - Source: House of Reps

  • lands not far removed from our northern shores. He spoke also of the situation in Burma and of the problems of Iran and Egypt. There is a tendency for us to consider those danger spots individually, but if we look at the complete picture, we
    Date: 28/02/1952 - Collection: hansard80 - ID: hansard80/hansards80/1952-02-28/0080 - Source: SENATE

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