The nineteenth century Afghanistan stands as a dividing line between Great Britain and Russia. The country was the scene of a tremendous struggle between these nations. The author writes about the weakness, strength and the history of the Afghans, including the British involvement in Afghanistan.
Henty, George Alfred, 1832-1902. For name and fame: or, Through Afghan passes New York: A.L. Burt, [1920?] 385 p., ill.
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