تاریخ افغانستان
تاریخ افغانستان – ‎وطن جنت نشان دی ګلان پکې کرمه ‎پر ما له روح نه ګران دی ګلان پکې کرمه 🇦🇫Official Afghanistan History Page In Pashto Dari and English
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  1. " Colonial Lawrence" ~ nickname by the Afghans. Actual name in British Military records It was said that he was so ruthless that when he would capture the Afghan patriot mujahedin warriors that he would strap them to the chairs in a prison and question them and then remove their toenails one by one. ------------- One of the British generals in Afghanistan was a man by the nickname of Colonial Lawrence, The colonial was a master of the arts of war and had studied in Great Britain until the early stages of the Second Afghan Anglo War. His real name was unknown to the afghans but everyone nicknamed him Colonial Lawrence due to his affiliations with the late adviser to the puppet Emir Shah Suja Durrani. Colonial Lawrence knew a tactic in Afghanistan and this was to influence the people mainly by religious clergyman he had himself disguised as a Mullah in Kabul, and had practiced and studied Islam so much but in reality was a British general and in reality a Christian, but to gain popularity of the people and safeguard he gave prayer at the local mosque one time each week until the people had allowed him to reside in peace and did not harm him. It was said that Colonial Lawrence would hide guns and muskets and ammo within the backcorders and inside complexs of each mosque in Kabul. It was until Akbar Khans Kabul Rebellion which had Colonial Lawrence killed, and the British to withdraw from Kabul also exiling the corrupt puppet emir of Kabul aswell. #Afghanistan #Afghanistanhistory #Afghanhistory

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  1. Amir Sher Ali Khan and his family members Sher Ali Khan (Pashto: شير علي خان ‎)(c. 1825 – February 21, 1879) was Amir of Afghanistan from 1863 to 1866 and from 1868 until his death in 1879. He was the third son of Dost Mohammed Khan, founder of the Barakzai Dynasty in Afghanistan. Sher Ali Khan initially seized power when his father died, but was quickly ousted by his older brother, Mohammad Afzal Khan. Internecine warfare followed until Sher Ali defeated his brother and regained the title of Emir. His rule was hindered by pressure from both Britain and Russia, though Sher Ali attempted to keep Afghanistan neutral during their conflict. In 1878, the neutrality fell apart and the Second Anglo-Afghan War erupted. As British forces marched on Kabul, Sher Ali Khan decided to leave Kabul to seek political asylum in Russia. He died in Mazar-e Sharif, leaving the throne to his son Mohammad Yaqub Khan. #Afghanistan #Afghanistanhistory #Afghanhistory

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  1. The Day the Mujahideen came to power in Arg 1992 They appointed warlord commander Rabani as thier head of power. -------------------- The Islamic State of Afghanistan(Dari: دولت اسلامی افغانستان‎‎, Dowlat-e Eslami-ye Afghanestan) was the new official name of the country of Afghanistan after the fall of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. Their government however failed at each fraction would conflict with each other over power rule. Creating a series of 15 region occupied by each warlord and sect which divided Afghanistan, and failed. It was in 2000 when Afghanistan's government would change and unite under one leader. #Afghanistan #Afghanistanhistory #Afghanhistory

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