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Photo: @rezaphotography | On the Road to Exile | #Afghanistan, 1983. The war against the Soviet invaders raged for four years. Towns and villages, plains and countryside were all the theater for the terrors of this unequal struggle. The Russian soldiers were gaining ground. Men, women and children who were fleeing the combat zones had to hurry along roads full of natural obstacles, such as the Konar River. People swarmed onto makeshift crafts and, in the scramble, some died, trampled or…

Photo: @rezaphotography | On the Road to Exile | #Afghanistan, 1983. The war against the Soviet invaders raged for four years. Towns and villages, plains and countryside were all the theater for the terrors of this unequal struggle. The Russian soldiers were gaining ground. Men, women and children who were fleeing the combat zones had to hurry along roads full of natural obstacles, such as the Konar River. People swarmed onto makeshift crafts and, in the scramble, some died, trampled or…

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