Κυριακή, 14 Οκτωβρίου 2012

A history of Europe in pictures: 1945-2011

πηγή: http://www.guardian.co.uk/

 
Part two of our photographic history of Europe takes us from the aftermath of the second world war, through the economic boom and political revolutions to the emergence of a new, unified continent
 
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    A girl festooned with balloons covers her eyes amid the ruins of the city of Grozny, capital of the Russian republic of Chechnya in the northern Caucasus. Chechnya spent much of the 20th century attempting to win its independence from the Soviet Union, and in the 1990s carried on the struggle with Russia. In 1994-96 it fought a largely successful guerrilla war against Russian forces, and won a large degree of independence. But after 1999, in the second Chechen war, Russia reasserted itself, and Chechnya has been brought back under federal control, though rebel attacks continue and separatists have carried out terrorist atrocities in Russian cities.

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