support from the Soviet Union

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  • Khavar-e no was published with support from the Soviet Union.
  • Fearing defeat, the rebels reached out for support from the Soviet Union and Cuba.
  • These organizations opposed the United States government and drew local support, as well as receiving support from the Soviet Union and Cuba.
  • The ANP had found support from the Soviet Union as early as in 1983.
  • It received support from the Soviet Union with leadership brought in secretly from across the border (see Vera Kharuzhaya).
  • The PDRY, with support from the Soviet Union, Cuba, and East Germany, responded by invading the north.
  • In the 1940s, the Communist Party of Germany, with support from the Soviet Union, tried to work underground to build an "operative leadership".
  • Nevertheless, this iron grip, together with consistent support from the Soviet Union and China, gave North Vietnam a militaristic advantage over South Vietnam.
  • In the early 1990s, the Republic of the Congo was going bankrupt because of the loss of support from the Soviet Union after the collapse of Communism.
  • To gain support from the Soviet Union, Britain had appointed Sir Stafford Cripps, from the left wing of the Labour Party, ambassador to Moscow.
  • The foreign policy historian of Pakistan noted that MRD's one of the two leading parties, ANP and CPP, had gained popular and financial support from the Soviet Union in the 1980s.
  • Zhang Zuolin and Wu Peifu joined forces against Feng Yuxiang, who relied on support from the Soviet Union.
  • The Indonesians also secured military weapons and political support from the Soviet Union, which induced the United States to intervene in the conflict as a third-party mediator between Indonesia and the Netherlands.
  • Ever since the expulsion of the Kuomintang government, concluding the Chinese Civil War, the People's Liberation Army relied heavily upon support from the Soviet Union for supplies and weaponry.
  • Angola had recently become independent, in a war in which the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) received support from the Soviet Union and its allies, and this was considered a highly important Cold War conflict, especially in regard to the south Atlantic.
  • While the republican regime was abandoned by the other European democracies and only received military support from the Soviet Union, the conservative rebels were supported by Nazi Germany and fascist Italy, whose support was pivotal in the final victory of the nationalist uprising.
  • In 1987, the MPLA government with strong support from the Soviet Union decided, against Cuban advice, to eliminate UNITA strongholds in the south of Angola.
  • In 1933, Sheng Shicai, a Chinese warlord, seized control of Xinjiang with support from the Soviet Union, which helped him defeat Ma Zhongying.
  • With support from the Soviet Union, a Kurdish state was created in the city of Mahabad in 1946 by the Kurdish Movement Komeley Jiyanewey Kurd under the leadership of Qazi Muhammad.