Why Was the Soviet Union Fighting in Afghanistan Before the USA?: SHORT STORY #30. Nonfiction series #1 - # 60. by Alla P. Gakuba

Why Was the Soviet Union Fighting in Afghanistan Before the USA?: SHORT STORY #30. Nonfiction…

byAlla P. Gakuba

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After the Russian Revolution of November 6-7, 1917—the Equal Employment Opportunity Decree was issued and the Russian women and all minorities (Russia had 70-100 million minorities) became equal. 

This historic event had impact on Afghanistan. In the 1920s veils and polygamy were abolished and the education of Afghan’s girls was installed.

 

Then again in 1950s the Soviet Union through huge amount of aid to Afghanistan was to promoting emancipation of Afghan women.

Later, the USA stepped in with its allies—Pakistan, the United Kingdom, Western European, and Saudi Arabia—pouring billions of dollars to organize, train, and supply weapons to encouraged Afghan tribal chiefs and mullahs to fight the emancipation of Afghan women.

 

The Soviet Union, sensing the Afghans’ weakness, deployed the 40th Army into Afghanistan in December 1979, etc… Please read the rest of the story. And the present and future status of the Afghanistan and Afghan’s  women.

Title:Why Was the Soviet Union Fighting in Afghanistan Before the USA?: SHORT STORY #30. Nonfiction…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 4, 2016Publisher:Know-How SkillsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1943131600

ISBN - 13:9781943131600

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