The following sentences form a paragraph. The second and the fifth sentences of the paragraph will remain fixed. The rest of the sentences are numbered as P, Q, R, S and T. These five parts are not in their proper order. Arrange the sentences in correct order.
P. Dying of cancer, the shah was given asylum in the U. S. The Iranian people took to the streets outside the U.S. embassy demanding that the shah be returned, tried and hanged.
2. In 1950, the people of Iran elected Mohammad Mosaddegh, a secular democrat, as prime minister. He nationalized British and U.S. petroleum holdings returning Iran's oil to its people.
Q. In 1979, the people of Iran overthrew the shah. The exiled cleric, Ayatollah Khomeini, returned to rule Iran. It descended into score-settling, death squads and chaos.
R. The young shah was known for opulence and excess. His wife was rumored to bathe in milk while the shah had his lunches flown in by Concorde from Paris.
5. The people starved. The shah kept power through his ruthless internal police: The SAVAK. An era of torture and fear began. He then began a campaign to westernize Iran; enraging entire traditional Shiite population.
S. But in 1953 the U.S. and Great Britain engineered a coup d'état that deposed Mosaddegh and installed Reza Pahlavi as shah.
T. The Persian empire is known today as Iran. For 2500 years, this land was ruled by a series of kings known as shahs.
Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?