Afghanistan

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Afghanistan in 1993 - click to enlarge the image.

Locations

Wars involving British India

External links

Encyclopedia entries

Archives

  • Historical maps from the University of Texas Austin, including some relating to the First and Second Afghan Wars
  • An article Historical Sources for Afghanistan In the British Library, 2005 by Richard Scott Morel, page 26 of this pdf link
  • Phototheca Afghanica Historical Images
 of Afghanistan. A project of Foundation Bibliotheca Afghanica, CH-4416 Bubendorf.

Historical books online

Narrative of Various Journeys in Balochistan, Afghanistan, the Panjab, and Kalât, During a Residence in Those Countries: To which is Added an Account of the Insurrection at Kalât, and a Memoir on Eastern Balochistan by Charles Masson 1844 Google Books Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4
1893 The Military Geography of Afghanistan Part 2 Afghan Turkistan by Barrow (secret)
1893 The Military Geography of Afghanistan Part 3 Herat by Barrow (secret)
1893 The Military Geography of Afghanistan Part 4 Kabul by Mason (secret)
1893 The Military Geography of Afghanistan Part 5 Farah and Kandahar by Elles (secret)
Pdf downloads, Pahar- Mountains of Central Asia Digital Dataset. Issued by the Intelligence Branch, Q.M.G.'s Department. Published Calcutta. Secret. Contents: pt. 1. Badakhshan by E.G. Barrow - pt. 2. Afghan Turkistan by E.G. Barrow - pt. 3. Herat by E.G. Barrow - pt. 4. Kabul by A.H. Mason - pt. 5. Farah and Kandahar by E.R. Elles.
India by Colonel Sir Thomas Hungerford Holdich 1904 Archive.org
The Gates of India, being an Historical Narrative by Colonel Sir Thomas Holdich 1910
Political Frontiers and Boundary Making by Col. Sir Thomas H Holdich 1916
"Between the Tigris and the Indus" by Colonel Sir Thomas H Holdich The Geographical Review Volume IV September 1, 1917 Archive.org
1913 Index Map to Routes in S.E. Afghanistan by Quartermaster General, Pdf downloads, Pahar- Mountains of Central Asia Digital Dataset.

Other

References

  1. "Letts’s Bird’s Eye View of the Approaches to India" by Anni Qu March 11, 2018. Mappenstance, University of Richmond.