The Iran hostage crisis was a diplomatic standoff between Iran and the United States of of relations with the West. The crisis also led to American economic sanctions against Iran, further weakening ties between the two countries.
Iran hostage crisis, international crisis (–81) in which militants in Iran seized 66 American citizens at the U.S. embassy in Tehran and held.
Despite continued pressure on Iran, the hostages remained in captivity five months after the crisis began, and pressure mounted on the Carter administration to.
This article provides a revisionist account of the occupation of the US embassy in Tehran in November , one of the most conspicuous.
Drawing upon primary documents from various Iranian communists and Islamists, this research paper questions the conventional wisdom that.
President Ford allowed Iran's use of American Nuclear technologies. That same decade Iran Hostage Crisis: Summary, Timeline & Facts. from NY Regents.
Iranian Hostage Crisis, a diplomatic conflict caused by the holding in captivity of United States embassy personnel by Iranian militants from November 4,
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the Iran hostage crisis, in which 52 US citizens were held captive for days.
Mark Lijek is a retired US foreign service officer whose career began in Iran just prior to the hostage crisis in One of six Americans able to.