Hossein Ala

حسین علاء


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Hossein Ala Definition

Two terms Iranian Prime Minister. Born in 1882, he was the son of Alaossaltaneh. He spent his childhood in Caucasia ,studied in London and became a lawyer. He then entered Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was a representative in Majlis fifth term and served under Reza Shah as minister. He was first appointed Prime Minister after assassination of Haj Ali Razmara in 1951, and a second time after Fazlollah Zahedi was dismissed in 1955 until 1957. Ala died on July, 13, 1964. (Wikipedia) - Hossein Ala''   (Redirected from Hossein Ala) Hossein Ala'' 59th & 64th Prime Minister of Iran Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Foreign Minister of Iran Prime Minister Preceded by Succeeded by Personal details Born Died Political party Religion
In office 12 March 1951 – 30 April 1951
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
Haj Ali Razmara
Mohammed Mosaddeq
In office 7 April 1955 – 3 April 1957
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi
Fazlollah Zahedi
Manouchehr Eghbal
In office 25 April 1943 – 2 March 1945
Ali Soheili Mohammad Sa''ed Morteza-Qoli Bayat
Mowzafar Alam
Mahmoud Salehi
13 December 1881 Tehran, Iran
13 July 1964 (aged 82) Tehran, Iran
Military
Shia Islam

Hosein Alā (13 December 1881 in Tehran - 13 July 1964 in Tehran) was Prime Minister of Iran in 1951 and from 1955 to 1957.

Contents
  • 1 Background
  • 2 Career
  • 3 Honours and awards
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References and sources

Background

He was born in 1882 in Tehran and spent his early years in London. He was educated at Westminster School and studied law at the University of London after which he was admitted to the bar at Inner Temple. He became involved in politics through a position in the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Iran.

Career

In his early political life Ala served as the chef de cabinet of the Iranian foreign ministry from 1905 to 1916. Subsequently, he was a member of an Iranian diplomatic delegation sent to the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. Despite the efforts of the delegation, led by Aliqoli Massoud Ansari, and assisted ably by Ala, the British government of the time nixed Iran''s hopes of officially attending the diplomatic gathering. Moreover, with the Iranian Government in Tehran having recently negotiated the Anglo-Iranian Agreement it was decided that Ansari and Ala would be banished to foreign legations to ensure they would not act as lightning rods against the agreement. Ala was appointed as the Iranian diplomatic envoy to Spain in 1920. Shortly thereafter Ala was appointed as Iran''s lead diplomat in Washington where he attempted to interest American oil companies to agree to invest in Iran, to undercut the monopoly of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company.

He then became a Member of Parliament and was among the opposition to the fall of the Qajar dynasty during the Shah Pahlavi transition.

From 1934 to 1936, Alā was ambassador to the United Kingdom. Alā was Iranian Ambassador to the United States from 1946 to 1950.

He was elected Prime Minister by parliament following the assassination of Haj Ali Razmara and the rejection of the Shah''s first choice. His premiership, however, was not to last long. A month later the Shah made a new choice who was acceptable to the parliament. During his administration, the term of service of Members of Parliament was increased from 2 to 4 years. He was later appointed as Court Minister, remaining one until his death in 1964 at the age of 82.

Alā was appointed Prime Minister again in 1955, and in November 1955 survived an assassination attempt at the funeral of a son of Abol-Ghasem Kashani.

Honours and awards
  • Order of the Crown, 1st class
  • Grand Decoration of Honour in Gold with Sash for Services to the Republic of Austria (1958)

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