Now it seems that the war in Afghanistan is clear about everything. That in 1979 the Russian invasion of the area's southern neighbor was the first and only one. That the decision to invade was made rashly, hastily few survivors of brain Kremlin rulers. What's in Afghanistan Russian Army waged war bestalantno and was doomed to defeat. All this is not so. All this is not so easy. Two-part documentary film "Afghan trap"From" recent history "raises many difficult questions. What happened in friendly Afghanistan early 70's? Why Politburo, first unanimously rejected the idea of armed intervention, in the end, took this step? As Russian troops became embroiled in fighting acts, and when our troops learned how to fight the war?
Chechnya, Afghanistan and other regions of the Caucasus