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The detonation of the stun grenade was supposed to coincide with the abseiling teams detonating explosives to gain entry to the building through the second-floor windows.
Their descent had not gone according to plan and the staff sergeant leading the abseilers became entangled in his rope.
While trying to assist him, one of the other soldiers had accidentally smashed a window with his foot. The noise of the breaking window alerted Oan, who was on the first floor communicating with the police negotiators, and he went to investigate.
The soldiers were unable to use explosives for fear of injuring their stranded staff sergeant, but managed to smash their way into the embassy.
After the first three soldiers entered, a fire started and travelled up the curtains and out of the second-floor window, severely burning the staff sergeant.
A second wave of abseilers cut him free, and he fell to the balcony below before entering the embassy behind the rest of his team. Slightly behind Red Team, Blue Team detonated explosives on a first-floor window, forcing Sim Harris, who had just run into the room, to take cover.
As the soldiers emerged onto the first-floor landing, Lock tackled Oan to prevent him attacking the SAS men. Oan, still armed, was subsequently shot dead by one of the soldiers.
Meanwhile, further teams entered the embassy through the back door and cleared the ground floor and cellar. Two of the terrorists were hiding amongst the hostages; one of them produced a hand grenade when he was identified.
An SAS soldier, who was unable to shoot for fear of hitting a hostage or another soldier, pushed the grenade-wielding terrorist to the bottom of the stairs, where two other soldiers shot him dead.
The raid lasted seventeen minutes and involved 30—35 soldiers. The terrorists killed one hostage and seriously wounded two others during the raid while the SAS killed all but one of the terrorists.
The rescued hostages and the remaining terrorist, who was still concealed amongst them, were taken into the embassy's back garden and restrained on the ground while they were identified.
After the end of the siege, PC Trevor Lock was widely considered a hero. He was awarded the George Medal , the United Kingdom's second-highest civil honour, for his conduct during the siege and for tackling Oan during the SAS raid, the only time during the siege that he drew his concealed side arm.
In addition, he was honoured with the Freedom of the City of London and in a motion in the House of Commons.
Waldren, referring to the television series Dixon of Dock Green , suggested that Lock's restraint in the use of his revolver was "a defining example of the power of the Dixon image",  and Maurice Punch noted the contrast between Lock's actions and the highly aggressive tactics of the SAS.
Sergeant Tommy Palmer was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal for his part in the assault, in which he shot dead a terrorist who was apparently about to throw a grenade amongst the hostages.
He suffered serious burns to his legs, but went on to make a full recovery. The Iranian government welcomed the end of the siege, and declared that the two hostages killed were martyrs for the Iranian Revolution.
After the assault concluded, the police conducted an investigation into the siege and the deaths of the two hostages and five terrorists, including the actions of the SAS.
The soldiers' weapons were taken away for examination and, the following day, the soldiers themselves were interviewed at length by the police at the regiment's base in Hereford.
Hostages later said in interviews that they had persuaded their captors to surrender and television footage appeared to show them throwing weapons out of the window and holding a white flag.
The two SAS soldiers who killed the men both stated at the inquest into the terrorists' deaths that they believed the men had been reaching for weapons before they were shot.
The inquest jury reached the verdict that the soldiers' actions were justifiable homicide later known as "lawful killing". Fowzi Nejad was the only gunman to survive the SAS assault.
After being identified, he was dragged away by an SAS trooper, who allegedly intended to take him back into the building and shoot him.
The soldier reportedly changed his mind when it was pointed out to him that the raid was being broadcast on live television. The camera had been installed by ITN technicians, who had posed as guests of a local resident in order to get past the police cordon, which had been in place since the beginning of the siege.
As a foreign national, he would normally have been immediately deported to his home country but Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights , incorporated into British law by the Human Rights Act , has been held by the European Court of Human Rights to prohibit deportation in cases where the person concerned would be likely to be tortured or executed in his home country.
Our aim is to deport people as quickly as possible but the law requires us to first obtain assurances that the person being returned will not face certain death".
He now lives in Peckham, south London, having assumed another identity. The SAS raid, codenamed "Operation Nimrod", was broadcast live at peak time on a bank holiday Monday evening and was viewed by millions of people, mostly in the UK, making it a defining moment in British history.
Kate Adie , the BBC's duty reporter at the embassy when the SAS assault began, went on to report from war zones across the world and eventually to become chief news correspondent for BBC News ,  while David Goldsmith and his team, responsible for the hidden camera at the back of the embassy, were awarded a BAFTA for their coverage.
The Iranian government declared that the siege of the embassy was planned by the British and American governments, and that the hostages who had been killed were martyrs for the Revolution.
Operation Nimrod brought the SAS, a regiment that was largely unknown at the time owing to the covert nature of its operations, into the public eye.
Nonetheless, the operation vindicated the SAS, which had been threatened with disbandment and whose use of resources had previously been considered a waste.
The British government's response to the crisis, and the successful use of force to end it, strengthened the Conservative government of the day and boosted Thatcher's personal credibility.
The embassy building was severely damaged by fire. It was more than a decade before the British and Iranian governments came to an agreement whereby the United Kingdom would repair the damage to the embassy in London and Iran would pay for repairs to the British embassy in Tehran , which had been damaged during the Iranian Revolution.
Iranian diplomats began working from 16 Princes Gate again in December The DRFLA was undermined by its links with the Iraqi government after it emerged that Iraq had sponsored the training and equipping of the hostage-takers.
The Iran—Iraq War started five months after the end of the siege and continued for eight years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The Police Use of Firearms Since Iran and the hostage-takers". Retrieved 23 June Retrieved 9 July Armed police in the UK". Documents record such fires in , and from 10 to 20 April In , in the buildings that had once housed a Franciscan Monastery , Heinrich the Rich built a "paedagogium", out of which later grew today's Gymnasium at Siegen's Löhrtor gate.
John Maurice's leadership served in — to bring about a split in the Siegerland along denominational lines.
Under Wilhelm Hyacinth of Nassau-Siegen, violence broke out between the two denominational groups. When on 29 March townsman Friedrich Flender was killed, Wilhelm Hyacinth was himself unseated and furthermore driven out of the town.
Wilhelm Hyacinth was the last in the line of Nassau-Siegen's Catholic rulers, dying in Under their leadership, mining, the main source of wealth, blossomed, along with agriculture and silviculture.
When Prince William of Orange refused to join the Confederation of the Rhine , founded by Napoleon , he found himself unseated by the French leader and the Siegerland passed to the Grand Duchy of Berg.
After Napoleon's downfall in , however, William I regained his former German inheritances, but in he ceded them to the Kingdom of Prussia for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Siegen was assigned to the Siegen district , first in the Koblenz region , and as of in the Arnsberg region within the Prussian Province of Westphalia.
Under Prussian rule, Siegen developed into the South Westphalian centre that it is today. On 1 March , Siegen was set apart from the district bearing its name, and became a district-free town , while still keeping its function as seat of the district of which it was no longer part, and which was itself merged with Wittgenstein district under district reform in Siegen also lost its district-free status at this time, becoming part of the new Siegen-Wittgenstein district, the name that the district has borne since During World War II, Siegen was repeatedly bombed by the Allies owing to a crucial railroad that crossed through the town.
On 1 April , the US 8th Infantry Division began the Allied ground assault against Siegen and the dominating military-significant high ground north of the river.
The battle against determined German forces at Siegen continued through 2 April , until organized resistance was finally overwhelmed by the division on 3 April The town of Siegen belonged in the beginning to the Archbishopric of Mainz , or more precisely to its deaconry of Arfeld.
There was a White Nun convent in town that folded in the 15th century. Furthermore, there was a Franciscan Monastery that was dissolved in after the Nassau overlords had introduced the Reformation in After that, the town was first Lutheran , but in , the Principality of Nassau converted to the Reformed Church.
Subsequently, Siegen was a predominantly Protestant town, but not so strongly that the Counterreformation could not gain ground in , with one fifth of the townsfolk and those living in the surrounding area becoming Catholic once again.
As of , there was once more a monastery in town, this time a Jesuit one. After passing to Prussia in , the union between Lutheran and Reformed churches was introduced in Siegen, as it was throughout Prussia, but the town's parishes kept their Reformed emphasis.
A similar entity still exists in Siegen, known as the Kirchenkreis , or church district, to which all the city's parishes nowadays belong, unless they are Free Church parishes.
This church district encompasses the whole of South Westphalia all the way to Olpe. The town's Catholics, even after the Reformation, still belonged to the Archbishopric of Mainz.
With the restructuring of the Catholic Church early in the 19th century, Siegen was assigned to the Archbishopric of Paderborn and became the seat of a district synod , today a deaconry, to which all the district's Catholic parishes belong.
Paderborn was raised to Archbishopric in Moreover, owing to a great number of Turkish and Arab migrants in Siegen, the Muslim community is also very much in evidence there and there are several mosques in Siegen run by Turkish, Arab and Albanian communities.
There are said to be more than 15, Muslims out of Siegen's total population. In , Siegen had 20, inhabitants. By , this figure had doubled to 40, The population had fallen to 28, by and only in did it once again reach prewar levels.
On 1 January , Siegen's population surpassed , through the amalgamation of Hüttental 38, inhabitants in and Eiserfeld 22, inhabitants in , making it a city.
With , inhabitants it also at the same time reached its all-time highest population. The following chart shows population figures for Siegen's municipal area, however big it was at each given time.
The given figures indicate from the "population present in the town" Ortsanwesende Bevölkerung , from the "dwelling population" Wohnbevölkerung , and since the "Population in the place of main residence" Bevölkerung am Ort der Hauptwohnung.
Before , population figures come from irregular surveying procedures. The city council's 62 seats are apportioned thus, in accordance with municipal elections held on 26 September UWG is a citizens' coalition.
STATT is a small party that claims to be "non-ideological". Its name is German for "instead". None of the parties represented on city council holds a majority, and no coalition has been struck.
However, the CDU and the FDP have a fixed, contractual coöperation agreement and at least have at their disposal a joint majority voice on some committees.
In the council chamber, on the other hand, their 30 seats are not an absolute majority and they do not always prevail.
At the city's helm since the 13th century, there have been several mayors of whom evidence survives. In and , a council "consules" was mentioned for the first time.
As early as , however, documents mention Burgmänner "Castle Men" as well as three Bürgermeister "Mayors" who were changed yearly.
As of , only two mayors were chosen every year. In the 18th century, the guilds were achieving ever greater influence in the town. Thereafter the "ruling" or "office-holding" old shoemaking master represented the "common townsfolk" on the council.
The mediaeval town charter was kept right up until , and parts of it even held until , but that year there was a self-endorsing council with 12 members, over which presided the mayor.
As of , the suburbs got their own chief administrator who was subordinate to the mayor of Siegen. In , the Prussian municipal system was introduced.
After the town was separated from Siegen district in , the mayor was given the title Oberbürgermeister roughly equivalent to Lord Mayor.
The mayor who came to office in kept his position right through the time of the Third Reich , whereas some mayors in other German and Austrian towns, whose political views were at odds with the Nazis ', were removed forcibly.
After the Second World War, the military government of the British Zone of Occupation installed a new mayor, and in it introduced a new town charter based on a British model, leading to a "Council of the town" elected by the people, whose members were called Stadtverordnete town councillors.
In the beginning, the council chose one from its midst as the mayor as the town's head and representative, which was an honorary function. Furthermore, as of , the council also began choosing a full-time Oberstadtdirektor , or Higher Town Director, to lead the town's administration.
After Siegen was reunited with the district of the same name in , these two officials bore the titles Bürgermeister and Stadtdirektor respectively.
In , this two-headed arrangement was forsaken in favour of a single city leader, with the title Bürgermeister , who serves as chairman or chairwoman of city council, leader of city administration and city representative.
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