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Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

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  • Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

    Find out more about the Armenians who won another victory towards Azeri. Victory day was a whirlwind of events. It is the 17th anniversary of the capture of Shushi, a major victory and turning point in the Karabakh.
    Hundreds of war veterans pay tribute to Armenians fallen in World War II at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Yerevan's Victory Park. Hundreds of younger Armenians lay flowers by its eternal fire. Follow our full version of Peace and Liberation video.

    http://www.armenianinternational.com...ge=one&id=3855

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    Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

    Enjoy the glories of Victory Day everyone!

    To read more about the (literally) uphill battle we faced in Shushi, check here


    Some photos by Hakob Poghosyan of the men and women who liberated Shushi:









    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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      To fight in the defense of freedom, in the defense of justice, in defense of eternal principals of morality transcendentally ordained. To fight against oppression and wickedness. To fight for "The Adversary of God and Man." For these reasons I am a warrior, Lord.

      "We fight not for honor, nor glory, nor for wealth. But only and alone
      we fight for freedom, which no good man surrenders but with his life."

      By Robert Bruce: Scottish Warrior

      Let us celebrate peace and pray………..for war is the last wish of a Warrior.
      B0zkurt Hunter

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        Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

        They are some beautiful bunch of Fedayis! The pride and joy of our people! Thanks for the pictures Fedayi jan!
        Հա'յ ժողովուրդ, քո միա'կ բրկութիւնը քո հաւաքական ուժի մէջ է:

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          Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

          Thanks for the pictures and everything guys. Happy Victory Day everyone. May wars and Genocide stay in our books and our minds alone!
          THE ROAD TO FREEDOM AND JUSTICE IS A LONG ONE!

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            Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

            Nice.

            Enjoy your day.

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              Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

              Thank God for Fedayis' if it wasn't for them Azergayjan would kick us
              around like we were little puppies.

              Here is just another video, that shows what Armenia looked like throughout
              the years.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHTsqBfmrZ8

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                Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

                Some statistics from Armenia's participation in World War II:

                600 000 Armenians participated,

                6 Armenian divisions,

                3 Marshalls of the Soviet Union,

                1 Admiral Flota,

                47 generals,

                111 Heroes of the Soviet Union,

                2 Double Heroes of the Soviet Union,

                More than 200 000 Armenians lost their lives for this victory,

                Armenians payed the highest human price per capita.
                Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                  Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

                  You missed something Fed. ... when the Russian flag was being raised in Berlin, one (or was it two?) of the flag-bearers was an Armenian.

                  Besides that, Mikoyan was the one that created the Mig airoplanes without which Russia couldn't have defeated Germany.
                  THE ROAD TO FREEDOM AND JUSTICE IS A LONG ONE!

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                    Re: Armenia And Karabakh Celebrate Victory And Peace Day

                    Originally posted by Federate View Post
                    Some statistics from Armenia's participation in World War II:

                    600 000 Armenians participated,

                    6 Armenian divisions,

                    3 Marshalls of the Soviet Union,

                    1 Admiral Flota,

                    47 generals,

                    111 Heroes of the Soviet Union,

                    2 Double Heroes of the Soviet Union,

                    More than 200 000 Armenians lost their lives for this victory,

                    Armenians payed the highest human price per capita.
                    My fathers uncle was one of those Armenians fighting against nazi-Germany, from Finland to Berlin he fought. Oxormi iran
                    You should never argue with idiots because they will just drag you down to their level....then beat you with experience!!!!!!!

                    "I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" Voltaire

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