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Russians in Afghanistan

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on September 15, 2010 at 2:48:42 pm

     Russians in Afghanistan is based on the Afghanistan War in the year 1979. The Russian troopers were there because they were told to stop comunist interests from growing inside of the country. This involved around 30,000 Soviet troops, and grew to around 100,000 troops. The Soviet troops controlled urban areas. The real reason for them to be placed there was that they were fighting to stop Aghanistan's Marxist People's Demorcratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) Government. In 1978, Afghanistan's centrist Government, headed by President, Mohammad David Khan. Before any of this had started, the Soviet Union and Afghanistan were ironicly close. Yes, I'm serious! Prime minister, Daod, was close to the Soviet Union. All this had lead to the equipping of Afghan military Advisors, along with Soviet weapons, including large numbers of Soviet military advisors, to Afghanistan.


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