Kondoli village and its role in world war II

  • Madona Kebadze Iakob Gogebashvili Telavi State University, Georgia
  • Tamar Lekaidze Doctorate of Doctoral Program in New and Recent History, Iakob Gogebashvili Telavi State University, Georgia
Keywords: Abashidze, airplane, Georgians, Kondol? village, Lionidze Holes, Solomon Lionidze


The village of Kondoli  the Telavi municipality is mentioned in the following written sources: Vakhushti Bagrationi's "Description of the Kingdom of Georgia" (4: 542,6,8; 547.2), John Bagrationi's "Description of Kartli-Kakheti" (Bagrationi 1986: 68), XVII-XVIII JSC Historical Documents (Chronicles 1897: 492; Doc. Soci. Hist. 1940: 331; 1953: 274; Georgian Law No. 1965: 409; 1972: 216, 653; 1974: 648; 1981: 59, 742, 1985: 487, 661, 662), by Johann Guildenstadt “A Journey to Georgia (Giuldenstedt 1964: 41-43, 263). Vakhushti Bagrationi tells us about the village Kondoli: "Bodbe ... the bishop sits, the shepherd of the sword before the Kondoli ... and there are his saddles on the sword before the Kondole and Manava" (Acts 4: 542,6-8). Kondoli in XVII-XVIII centuries belonged to the Alaverdi Temple (Georgian Law No. 1972: 312). Condolences were owned by Andronikashvilis (Doc. Soci. Hist. 1940: 331; 1953: 274). World War II was a large-scale war on its scale. All the republics of the Soviet Union, including Georgia, found themselves in a state of war. This war, perpetrated by the Germans, was perceived by the peoples of the Soviet Union as a "Great Patriotic War" as each of them faced destruction.


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Kebadze, M., & Lekaidze, T. (2020). Kondoli village and its role in world war II. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 4(1), 99-105. https://doi.org/10.29332/ijssh.v4n1.413
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