Afghanistan, 1982: The Struggle For Freedom Continues

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Afghanistan, 1982: The Struggle For Freedom Continues

Description

Shows The 1979 Invasion; Soviet Troops, Tanks, Helicopters, And Anti-personnel Mines; Scenes Of Recent Destruction; Refugees In Camps And On The Move; Afghan Resistance Fighters In The Hills; And Scenes From The 1980 And 1981 U.n. General Assembly Votes Condemning The Soviet Invation. Includes Interviews With Soviet Emigre Vladimir Bukovsky, A Former Official In The Afghan Government, An Afghan Student Leader, A Recently Evacuated Mujahideen Double Agent, U.n. Delegates, A Representative Of The International Federation For Human Rights, Two Soviet Prisoners Of War Held By The Mujahideen, Two French Volunteer Doctors, And Tv And Print Journalists. -

National Archives And Records Administration - Arc Identifier 54187 / Local Identifier 306.9042 - Afghanistan 1982: The Struggle For Freedom Continues - U.s. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999).

Date

1982

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Umatic Video

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“Afghanistan, 1982: The Struggle For Freedom Continues,” Special Operations History Foundation, accessed October 17, 2018, http://specialoperationshistory.com/items/show/701.

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