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User avatar #58 - exarzero (01/11/2013) [-]
Name all of them OP.
#77 to #58 - badgerbaiting (01/11/2013) [-]
Ok, not 100% sure I've got them all, but here goes:   
-The CIA helped Army Chief of Staff Husni al-Za'im achieve power in Syria, 1949. The country was an Independent Republic in 1946.   
-In 1953 the CIA and UK worked to over-throw the democratically elected Iranian government, with debatable success.   
-Guatemala 1954. CIA helped overthrow democratically elected government, led by  Jacobo Arbenz, which led to the installation of Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas as Dictator.   
   
To see the full list, please do as the GIF. suggests.
Ok, not 100% sure I've got them all, but here goes:
-The CIA helped Army Chief of Staff Husni al-Za'im achieve power in Syria, 1949. The country was an Independent Republic in 1946.
-In 1953 the CIA and UK worked to over-throw the democratically elected Iranian government, with debatable success.
-Guatemala 1954. CIA helped overthrow democratically elected government, led by Jacobo Arbenz, which led to the installation of Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas as Dictator.

To see the full list, please do as the GIF. suggests.
User avatar #119 to #77 - exarzero (01/11/2013) [-]
Well done. My historical knowledge of those is limited... though I do know those three are true. Typically plans got altered when the CIA decides to do things for their benefit causing more harm then good. A rare example to the amount of times it has been done.

Though I am still waiting on konradkurzeto (OP) to name all of them. To post source etc... rather than just tell us this as fact you know?
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