|LC control no.||n 82164191
|Corporate name heading||Ḥizb-i Dimūkrātīk-i Khalq-i Afghānistān
|Variant(s)||People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan
Da Afghānistān da Khalk Damokrātīk Gwand
Ḥ. D. Kh. A.
حزب دموکراتيک خلق افغانستان
|Special note||Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
|Found in||Information about nation-wide Conference of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan, 1982 (a.e.) t.p. (People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan) introd. (PDPA)
Nigāhī bih tārīkh-i Ḥizb-i Dimūkrātīk-i Khalq-i Afghānistān (Ḥizb-i Vaṭan), 2000.
Da Afghānistān da Khalk Damokrātīk Gwand, 1982.
Pol. parties of the world, 1984: p. 1 (People's Democratic of Afghanistan; also known as: PDPA or Khalq; founded in 1965 by Nur al-Din Taraki; in 1966, div. into two wings, Khalq (led by Taraki) and, Parcham (led by Babrak Kamal); reunited in 1977; in April, 1978 govt. established that was dominated by the PDPA, and backed by Soviets)
Pol. handbook of the world, 1999: p. 8 (Homeland Party (Ḥizb-i Vaṭan); previously known as the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA); adopted new name at its 2nd congress, June, 1990)
Documents of the Watan Party congress, 1990: p. 1, etc. (Second Congress of the PDPA; confirmed the change of the PDPA name to Watan Party)
Fushurdah-ʼi, asnād-i hushtumīn Sīmīnār-i Āmūzishī-Tashkīlātī-i Kumītah-i Markazī-i Ḥ. D. Kh. A., 1985: t.p. (ح. د. خ. ا. = Ḥ. D. Kh. A.)