The history of North-west Frontier is closely connected to Afghanistan. During the 18th century the area was ruled by Afghans. Between 1818 and 1834 the Sikhs occupied Peshawar with the help of the British government in India. The book covers the history of the North-West Frontier from the mid-nineteenth century of early 20th century.
J.M.E. The story of the frontier province, by J.M.E. Peshawar: Government Press, 1922 73 p., ill. (folded, col. map in pocket), 20 cm.
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