War Trophy Park in Baku illustrating aggressive nature of Armenia
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Apr.14
By Jeyhun Alakbarov - Trend:
Many countries that have won victories in wars have analogs of the War Trophy Park, recently commissioned in Azerbaijan’s Baku city to demonstrate military equipment of Armenia captured by the Azerbaijani army during the 44-day Armenia-Azerbaijan Second Karabakh War, which took place from late Sept. to early Nov. 2020, Trend reports.
For example, the Museum of Military History in Vienna (Austria), created in 1850, contains trophies captured during the struggle against fascism.
The Royal Museum of Armed Forces and Military History in Brussels, the largest in Belgium and the most protected in Europe, displays the weapons and uniforms of the German army during the Third Reich. This museum is very popular with tourists, and the younger generation examines here the equipment with which Nazi Germany fought almost with the whole world.
The War Trophy Park in Baku, which was opened by the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, is clear proof of the victory over the Armenian fascists.
“The opening of the War Trophy Park in Baku caused discontent in Armenia and in circles that cannot come to terms with Azerbaijan's liberation of their lands from occupation,” political observer Elchin Mirzabeyli told Trend.
“This park clearly demonstrates the defeat of the Armenian Armed Forces, the destruction of its military equipment, which for many years was supplied to Armenia free of charge, as well as the real condition of the army of this country. The War Trophy Park reveals the aggressive thinking of Armenia, which is degrading politically, militarily and morally. By creating this park, Azerbaijan demonstrated to the Armenians their true face,” the expert noted.