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Today in History September 15, 1918 - the day of the liberation of Baku.
Today in history. 29 years have passed since the Balligaya massacre committed by Armenian military units against peaceful Azerbaijanis.
Today in history. August 28, 1919 - The government of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic adopted a law on the nationalization of public education and secondary schools.
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Today's in history. On August 18, 1919, the Government of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic adopted the first official document on border protection - the law on "Establishing border protection of the Republic of Azerbaijan from the point of view of customs"
One of the important works carried out by the Government of the Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan during its 23-month period of activity was the investigation of the genocide that occurred in the country in 1918 and the identification of the perpetrators. While still in Ganja, on July 15, 1918, the government decided to create an Extraordinary Investigative Commission to investigate cases of violence and destruction committed by Armenian-Dashnak units under the name of the Bolsheviks against the Muslim population and their property.
Mamed Khan Takinsky
Today in history. On June 27, 1918, the Turkish language was declared the state language by the government of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic.
Confessions of the Armenian writer Eduard Oganisyan, in the research of the historian Ilgar Niftaliev.
Decision of the USSR Council of Ministers of December 23, 1947 on the mass deportation of Azerbaijanis from their historical lands.
The genocides of 1905-1906 ...
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