The crisis was still unresolved when Mossadegh returned to Iran.
She was not too young to have appreciated how thrilled her father had been by all that Mossadegh represented.
Dr. Mossadegh was appointed to his post by the Shah in 1951 and then again in 1952.
There it was, a photo of the moment 62 years ago when her mother presented Mossadegh with the roses.
Mossadegh exists in the historical memory as an opportunity for Iranians to blame their own failures on imperialist intervention.