The D'Arcy Concession’s Nullification by Iran; Great Britain Takes the Case to the League of Nations

January 2021
Gholam Ali Rajabi Yazdi
88 years ago, on November 27,1932, the Iranian government sent a letter to the residential director of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company declaring it had annulled the D'Arcy Concession because it did not serve the Iranian interests and expedience and stressed a new contract had to be signed in this regard.
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