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15.02 - 30 rocznica opuszczenia Afganistanu przez wojska radzieckie (44)

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A Soviet soldier (C) holds bread to greet the Red Army returning soldiers during the welcoming ceremony on May 21, 1988 in Termez, at Soviet-Afghan border, during the withdrawal of Soviet army from Afghanistan. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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A convoy of Soviet Army armoured personnel vehicles cross a bridge in Termez at the Soviet-Afghan border, during the withdrawal of the Red Army from Afghanistan on May 21, 1988. The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War, was a nine-year conflict involving Soviet forces supporting the Marxist People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) government against the Mujahideen resistance. The initial Soviet deployment of the 40th Army in Afghanistan began on August 7, 1978. The final troop withdrawal began on May 15, 1988, and ended on February 15, 1989. AFP PHOTO / VITALY ARMAND
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Artificial flowers decorate barbed wire fence as Soviet Army troops stop in Kabul 16 May 1988 prior to their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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A Red Army soldier atop of his armoured personal vehicle smiles 16 May 1988 as Soviet Army troops stop in Kabul prior to their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War, was a nine-year conflict involving Soviet forces supporting the Marxist People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) government against the Mujahideen resistance. The initial Soviet deployment of the 40th Army in Afghanistan began on August 7, 1978. The final troop withdrawal began on May 15, 1988, and ended on February 15, 1989. AFP PHOTO DOUGLAS E. CURRAN
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Soviet soldier atop of their armoured personal vehicle are given flowers as they pass-by near Kabul on May 15, 1988 as Soviet Army troops stop in Kabul prior to their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War, was a nine-year conflict involving Soviet forces supporting the Marxist People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) government against the Mujahideen resistance. The initial Soviet deployment of the 40th Army in Afghanistan began on August 7, 1978. The final troop withdrawal began on May 15, 1988, and ended on February 15, 1989. AFP PHOTO DOUGLAS E. CURRAN
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A Red Army paratroopers relax 30 April 1988 at Kabul airport as Soviet Army troops stop in Afghan capital prior to their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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Afghan children wave Afghan and Soviet flags 15 May 1988 near Kabul as Russian troops aboard a BRDM, Soviet-made armoured Combat Reconnaissance Patrol Vehicle, began their withdrawal from war-torn Afghanistan. The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War, was a nine-year conflict involving Soviet forces supporting the Marxist People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) government against the Mujahideen resistance. The initial Soviet deployment of the 40th Army in Afghanistan began on August 7, 1978. The final troop withdrawal began on May 15, 1988, and ended on February 15, 1989. AFP PHOTO DOUGLAS E. CURRAN
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A Red Army soldier (C) and an Afghan army officer (R) pose for the press 20 October 1986 in downtown Kabul during a military parade shortly before the partial withdrawal of Soviet troops. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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Some Kabul residents wave Soviet flags and placard reading "Thank You" 20 October 1986 in downtown Kabul during a parade, shortly before six Red Army regiments returned to the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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Soviet General Suslov (L) decorates Red Army soldiers 19 October 1986 in downtown Kabul during a parade, shortly before they returned to the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989.
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Afghanistan's president Mohammed Najibullah (C) smiles as he meets Red Army soldiers 19 October 1986 in downtown Kabul during a parade shortly before they returned to the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989. Najibullah who became president in 1986, was hanged in a street 27 September 1996 near the UN compound in Kabul where he had sought sanctuary since April 1992 when mujahedeen guerrillas entered Afghan capital.
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Afghanistan's president Mohammed Najibullah (C) smiles as he reviews Red Army soldiers marching 17 October 1986 in downtown Kabul during a parade shortly before they returned to the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul and maintained more than 100,000 troops in the country until completing their phased withdrawal in 1989. Najibullah who became president in 1986, was hanged in a street 27 September 1996 near the UN compound in Kabul where he had sought sanctuary since April 1992 when mujahedeen guerrillas entered Afghan capital.
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A Red Army soldiers wearing paper garlands holding their AK-74 Kalashnikov assault rifles and bouquets of red carnations, wait for their plane to leave Kabul for the Soviet Union 17 October 1986. The former Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. It had more than 100,000 troops in the country until a phased withdrawal in 1988 and 1989.
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A Red Army soldier holding an young Afghan pioneer waves a bouquet of red carnations, while his fellow comrades, wearing paper garlands, wait for their plane to leave Kabul for the Soviet Union 17 October 1986. The former Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. It had more than 100,000 troops in the country until a phased withdrawal in 1988 and 1989.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: radziecki oddzial pancerny wycofujacy sie z Afganistanu po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the Soviet panzer units withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: radziecki oddzial pancerny wycofujacy sie z Afganistanu, po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the Soviet panzer units withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: radziecki oddzial pancerny wycofujacy sie z Afganistanu, po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the Soviet panzer units withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: radziecki oddzial wycofujacy sie z Afganistanu, po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the Soviet military units withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: radziecki oddzial pancerny wycofujacy sie z Afganistanu, po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the Soviet panzer units withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Wyjscie wojsk radzieckich z Afganistanu. Afganistan, luty 1989 N/Z: przygotowania do wycofania oddzialu z Afganistanu - po 9 latach militarnej obecnosci sowieckiej w tym kraju. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989 Pictured: the preparations to the Soviet military withdrawing from Afghanistan, ending nine years of Soviet presence in the country.
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