Ali Masjid Fort
|Ali Masjid Fort|
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|Place Name:||Ali Masjid Fort|
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"After the Afghan-Sikh battle at Jamrud in 1837, Amir Dost Muhammad Khan asserted his claims to supremacy over the Khyber region by erecting the fort at Ali Masjid and placing a permanent garrison in it."
State and Tribe in 19th Century Afghanistan Google Books
Ali Masjid, Ali Musjid
- Ali Masjid Wikipedia. With four images.
- Afghan War Series 1919. Print 58. A general view of Ali Musjid from the fort . Ali Musjid, also known as Ali Masjid, is a village in the eastern end of the Khyber Pass about 20 miles west of Peshawar. Randolph Bezzant Holmes Photographs. Duke University Libraries (retrieved 29 May 2014)
- Photograph: Ali Masjid, 1919. From an album of 43 photographs, 1920 (c)-1925 compiled by Major G A Clarke, 12th Pioneers (The Kelat-i-Ghilzie Regiment). National Army Museum (retrieved 29 May 2014)
- Postcard: Alimusjid Fort with Ropeway, Khyber Pass c 1919. andrewgrantham.co.uk (retrieved 29 May 2014)