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<B><i>”Armenia: from Stone Age to the Middle Ages”</B></i> by A. Qalantar
”Armenia: from Stone Age to the Middle Ages” by A. Qalantar
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”Mercenaries, extremists & Islamist Fighters in the Karabakh War. How International Terrorist Network Penetrated Post-Soviet Azerbaijan” by H.Demoyan $16.00

  • Publisher: Publishing House of the State Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, ARMENIA.
  • ISBN: 978-9939-822-0909.
  • Language: English.
  • Age: 2010.
  • Mintage: Unknown.
  • Soft Cover: yes.
  • Pages: 42 pp.
  • Illustrated: no.
  • Condition: new.
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The struggle of Karabakh Armenians for self-determination and self-preservation between 1988 and 1994 is often misconstrued as an attempt at secession. The Armenian population of Nagorno-Karabakh, however, was forced to fight not only against regular Azeri troops, who tried to expel them from their ancestral homeland, but also against an impressive array of foreign mercenaries and extremist recruited by the Azerbaijani authorities. After the war ended in 1994, some of those mercenaries and extremists joined the ranks of international terrorist organizations and are still active today…
The author used sources in Armenian, Russian, English, French and Turkish such a way so that they complement and buttress each other, in order to avoid one-side conclusions and interpretations.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 October, 2010.
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