Get to know Afghanistan.
Where over the years the faith has not changed, but the ruler(s)
You know what Afghanistan looks like today, but when you see what it looked like 50 years ago you wouldn't believe it
Here Afghanistan for all this…
Afghan women in 1940
The style in the 50s-70s in Kabul
A record store in Kabul, 1960
Kandahar Airport, built in 1960
Stewardesses of Ariana Afghan Airlines
Foreign visitors at a campsite in the Afghan National Park Band – e Amir
One of the roads that cross Afghanistan
Mother and child on the playground
Some students of Kabul University in 1960
girls at school
Women's Movement, 1980
Meeting room/classroom for women, circa 1980
Classroom in Kabul, 1960
Afghan women in the workplace
The Faculty of Biology at Kabul . University
The designer Safia Tarzi in her office in Kabul in 1969
At the end of the 60s, Afghan fashion has been an international reference point, as the Arab influences have been appreciated throughout the world.
Clothing showcases, 1960
Afghan women in Kabul
December 1969: When Afghanistan Was Fashionable
The fashion magazine Vogue decided in December 1969 to publish a full documentation bearing the title Adventure in Afghanistan wore, a fashion show in Kabul and the city's chicest spots.
Some pictures of the report ” Adventure in Afghanistan “
Models photographed in the ruins
And if we type “Afghan women” into Google TODAY? Then this is the result…
This is the image of Afghan women to which we have become accustomed.
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WikiP: A series of coups in the XNUMXs was followed by a Russian invasion, which became opposed by the Americans. After the Russian withdrawal, a series of civil wars followed in the XNUMXs that devastated much of the country. Ultimately, this paved the way for the Taliban, a group of religious extremists, who briefly conquered almost the entire country.
In 2001 fell the USA into Afghanistan, looking for Osama bin Laden. The immediate cause was the September 11 attacks. Bin Laden was not found in Afghanistan, but the Taliban government was overthrown. A transitional government was established Hamid karzai appointed to run the country. Karzai was confirmed as president in the country's first free elections in 2004. A new constitution was also drawn up in 2004. Since then, reconstruction has been difficult. The security situation has deteriorated due to the revival of the Taliban and the activities of local militants. Huge problems the country faces are in addition to widespread corruption, lack of proper infrastructure and widespread poverty among the population.
And most importantly, Afghanistan was/is the world's largest opium producer. In 1999 production was still 5000 tons, but below the Taliban production was formally banned.(read above ground banned here)
But don't worry,
The Best Are Coming To The West!
The Best Are On The Way To The West !