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  • URSS : Retrait des troupes sovietiques d'Afghanistan
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    URSS : Retrait des troupes sovietiques d'Afghanistan
    02/15/1989
    SCHNEIDER JANA -/S
    Dans la ville frontaliere de Termez, une colonne de blindes sovietiques de retour d'Afghanistan franchi le "pont de l'Amitie" enjambant la riviere Amou-Daria, pour regagner l'URSS. Termez, URSS - 02/1989./0810311445

  • AFGHANISTAN : Retrait de l'armee sovietique
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    AFGHANISTAN : Retrait de l'armee sovietique
    02/15/1989
    LASKI/SIPA
    A leur depart, les forces sovietiques laissent derriere elles des centaines de carcasses de vehicules blindes et de materiels militaires. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989./0810311616

  • Afghanistan No Winners
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    Afghanistan No Winners
    02/15/1989
    Vitaly Zaporozhchenko/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Feb. 15, 1989 file photo, Soviet Army soldiers wave their hands as their last detachment crosses a bridge on the border between Afghanistan and then Soviet Uzbekistan near the Uzbek town of Termez, as they leave Afghanistan after waging a 10-year war. The Soviet Union lost some 15,000 soldiers in the war, which began in 1979 when Moscow sent in troops to battle guerrillas who were fighting a Soviet-supported government. For 10 years, ever since the towers fell, the United...

  • RUSSIA : Russian troops leaving Afghanistan
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    RUSSIA : Russian troops leaving Afghanistan
    07/09/2008
    LASKI/SIPA
    An amoured column of some 2000 soviet soldiers cross a frontier bridge in Termez, border city of the republic of Uzbekistan in URSS on february 6, 1989

  • AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des troupes sovietiques
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    AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des troupes sovietiques
    10/01/1989
    SCHNITZER -/S
    Le dernier general sovietique a quitter l'Afghanistan le 15 fevrier. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989./0812021531

  • Russia Afghanistan  Anniversary
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    Russia Afghanistan Anniversary
    02/15/1989
    AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** This is a Feb. 15, 1989 file photo of the last Soviet to leave Afghanistan, Lieutenant General Boris Gromov, left, with his son Maxin, at the bridge over the Amy Darya River, at Termez, Uzbekistan . The Soviet Commander had crossed from the Afghan town of Khairaton. Twenty years after bloodied Red Army troops pulled out of Afghanistan, their one-time general says the Soviets' devastating experience is a dismal omen for U.S. plans to build up troops there. On Friday, Feb. 13,...

  • AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
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    AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
    02/07/1989
    LUDWIG/SIPA
    Un helicoptere russe patrouille au dessus de Kaboul et de sa region alors que les forces sovietiques s'appretent a se retirer du pays. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989./0810311528

  • Afghanistan Misreading History
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    Afghanistan Misreading History
    02/13/1989
    Laurent Rebours/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Feb. 13, 1989 file photo, the last Soviet unit climbs aboard a Soviet military transport plane, as Soviet troops complete their withdrawal after a decade of military occupation, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The U.S.-led war in Afghanistan bears ominous similarities to the disastrous Soviet war there 20 years ago, when a modern army was humbled by small guerrilla bands and the invaders struggled to prop up an unpopular government in Kabul. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours,...

  • Russia Afghanistan  Anniversary
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    Russia Afghanistan Anniversary
    10/03/1996
    LIU HEUNG SHING/AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** Two Soviet Army soldiers struggle to carry a heavy box full of ammunition past a Soviet military poster at a base in Kabul, Afghanistan, in this 1989 file photo. Preparations were underway at the base for the Soviet withdrawal from the region. Twenty years after bloodied Red Army troops pulled out of Afghanistan, their one-time general says the Soviets' devastating experience is a dismal omen for U.S. plans to build up troops there. On Friday, Feb. 13, 2009 the anniversary...

  • AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
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    AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
    10/31/2008
    LUDWIG/SIPA
    Des soldats afghans gardent une installation militaire lors du retrait des forces sovietiques. AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989./0810311653

  • OUZBEKISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
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    OUZBEKISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
    10/31/2008
    SCHNEIDER JANA -/S
    A Termez, ville frontaliere avec l'Afghanistan, un groupe de soldat sovietiques regagne l'URSS. Le retrait total des troupes sovietique s'achevera le 15 fervrier. Termez, URSS - Debut fevrier 1989./0810311651

  • AFGHANISTAN : Kaboul au moment de retrait des troupes sovietiques
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    AFGHANISTAN : Kaboul au moment de retrait des troupes sovietiques
    10/31/2008
    SCHNEIDER JANA -/S
    Scene de rue a Kaboul au moment du retrait des troupes sovietiques, qui s'achevera le 15 fevrier 1989. Ici un soldat sovietique discute avec un vendeur de tapis, devant des representations vantant les merites du communisme. Kaboul, AFGHANISTAN - 01/1989./0810311529

  • AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
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    AFGHANISTAN : Retrait des forces sovietiques
    10/31/2008
    LUDWIG/SIPA
    Des ecoliers afghans, fraichement revenus d'Union Sovietique ou ils ont recu une education, lors d'une remise de decorations. Kaboul, AFGHANISTAN - 02/1989./0810311653

  • APTOPIX Afghanistan Soviet Withdrawal Anniversary
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    APTOPIX Afghanistan Soviet Withdrawal Anniversary
    02/15/2009
    STR/AP/SIPA
    Military veterans drink vodka in memory of their fellows near the graves of Soviet Army soldiers killed during the fighting in Afghanistan at Chizhovskoye cemetery outside Minsk, Belarus, on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2009. The annual tradition marks anniversary of the 1989 Soviet pullout from Afghanistan. The Soviet Union lost some 15,000 soldiers in the war, which began in 1979 when Moscow sent in troops to battle guerrillas who were fighting a Soviet-supported government. (AP...

  • Afghanistan
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    Afghanistan
    05/12/2013
    Ahmad Jamshid/AP/SIPA
    Afghan boys play on the frame of a Soviet military vehicle on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, May 12, 2013. In February, 1989, after more than nine years of fighting, the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan leaving tanks and other military equipment behind in Afghanistan. The rusting carcases can still be found throughout the Afghan countryside. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)/KBL102/78792347609/1305121738