AzSTC’s New Edition: “Karabakh Victory - Backstage of the 44 Days”

AzSTC’s New Edition: “Karabakh Victory - Backstage of the 44 Days”

   The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the publication of “Karabakh Victory - Backstage of the 44 Days”, nicely designed book, which reflects the chronology of the 44-day Patriotic War.

   The book, which depicts the events with battle scenes, explores the causes of the conflict in a geopolitical context, the path to victory, the enormous political and moral support of brotherly Turkey to Azerbaijan, chronologically reflects the details of the historical victory of the glorious Azerbaijani Army in the war manifesting the political will of Ilham Aliyev, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Supreme Commander-in-Chief.

   The author of the book is Professor Aygun Attar, a famous Turkish writer. The book has been translated into Azerbaijani by Nariman Abdulrahmanli, Kamala Alakparova and Rabiga Zeynalova. The editor is Etimad Bashkechid.

   The book has been released by the AzSTC-based publishing house.

 

You can find copies of the edition at one of the many bookstore locations listed below:

 

‘Libraf’

‘Kitabevim.az’

‘Akademkitab’

‘Akademiya’ book house

‘Azərkitab’

Book house at the Secretariat of the Presidential Administration of the Azerbaijan Republic

Sales kiosk on the premises of the Azerbaijan University of Languages

‘Pero’ book house

‘Oxumalı’ book house

‘Lider’ book house

 

 

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