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Contents
About This Encyclopedia, 000
Acknowledgments, 000
Introduction, 000
Maps, 000
Conflict in Afghanistan:
A Historical Encyclopedia
Abdullah Abdullah (1958-{En#}), 000
Abdur Rahim, Naib Sular (1896?-1941?), 000
Administrative Divisions, 000
Afghan Arabs, 000
Afghan Army, 000
Afghan-German Relations, 000
Afghan-Iranian Relations, 000
Afghan National Liberation Front, 000
Afghan-Pakistani Relations, 000
Afghan Security Service, 000
Afghan Social Democratic Party, 000
Afghan-Soviet Relations, 000
Afghani, Sayyid Jamaluddin (1838-1897), 000
Afghanis, 000
Afghanistan Interim Cabinet, 000
Afghanistan Interim Government, 000
Afghanistan Peace Association (APA), 000
Afghanistan Transitional Government, 000
Afridi Tribe, 000
Ahmad, Ali (1883-1929), 000
Ahmad, Shah (1943-{En#}), 000
Ahmadzai Tribe, 000
Akbar, Sardar Muhammad (1816-1845), 000
Amanullah, King (1892-1960), 000
Ambala Conference (1869), 000
Amin, Hafizullah (1929-1979), 000
Amir, Muhammad (?-1936), 000
Amu Daria, 000
Anglo-Afghan Treaty of 1905, 000
Anglo-Afghan Treaty of 1919, 000
Anglo-Afghan Treaty of 1921, 000
Anglo-Russian Convention (1907), 000
Arian, Abdul Rashid (1941-{En#}), 000
Arsari Tribe, 000
Asghar, Muhammad (1914-{En#}), 000
Ata, Muhammad (dates of birth and death unknown), 000
Auckland, Lord George Eden (1784-1849), 000
Australian Special Forces, 000
Awakened Youth (Wish Zalmayan), 000
Ayub, Khan Muhammad (1857-1914), 000
Badakhshan Province, 000
Badakhshi, Tahir (?-1979), 000
Badghis Province, 000
Baghlan Province, 000
Bagram, 000
Balkh Province, 000
Baluchs, 000
Bamian Province, 000
Baraki Tribe, 000
Barakzais, 000
Barechi Tribe, 000
Bareq-Shafi'i, Muhammad Hasan (1932-{En#}), 000
Baryalai, Mahmud (1944-{En#}), 000
Beheshti, Sayyid Ali, 000
Bonn Conference (2 December 2002), 000
Brahuis, 000
Burnes, Alexander (1805-1841), 000
Capitulation, Treaty of (1841), 000
Cavagnari, Sir Pierre Louis (1841-1879), 000
Central Intelligence Agency and Its Support for the Mujahideen, 000
Chahar Aimaqs, 000
Charkhi, Ghulam Nabi (?-1932), 000
Civil War, 000
Climate, 000
Coalition Air Campaign against the Taliban, 000
Coalition Land Campaign against the Taliban, 000
Dari Language, 000
Darulaman, 000
Daud, Sardar Muhammad (1909-1978), 000
Da'ud Shah (1832-?), 000
Destruction of Pre-Islamic Heritage, 000
Din Muhammad, Mushk-i-Alam (1790-1886), 000
Disarmament Program, 000
Dobbs, Sir Henry, 000
Dost, Shah Muhammad (1928-{En#}), 000
Dost Muhammad, Amir (1792-1863), 000
Dostum, Gen. Abdul Rashid (1954-{En#}), 000
Drug Trade, 000
Durand Agreement (1893), 000
Durrani, Ahmad Shah Abdali (1722-1772), 000
Durrani Dynasty, 000
Durrani Tribe, 000
Elphinstone, Maj. Gen. William (1782-1842), 000
Elphinstone, Mountstuart (1779-1859), 000
Enayatullah, Sardar (1888-1946), 000
Farah Province, 000
Farhad, Ghulam Muhammad (?-1984), 000
Fariab Province, 000
Farsiwan, 000
Fateh Khan (1777-1818), 000
First Anglo-Afghan War (1839-1842), 000
Firuzkuhi Tribe, 000
Gailani, Sayyed Ahmad (1932-{En#}), 000
Gailani, Sayyid Hasan (1862-1941), 000
Gandomak, Treaty of (1879), 000
Geneva Accords, 000
Geography and Environment, 000
Ghani, Abdul (1864-1945), 000
Ghaus, Abdul Samad (1928-{En#}), 000
Ghazi, 000
Ghazi, Shah Mahmud (1896-1959), 000
Ghazni Province, 000
Ghilzai Tribe, 000
Ghobar, Mir Ghulam Muhammad (1897-1978), 000
Ghor Province, 000
Ghulam, Jilani Charkhi (1886-1933), 000
Goldsmid Award, 000
Granville-Gorchakoff Agreement (1873), 000
Gromov, Gen. Boris V. (1943-{En#}), 000
Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (Pasdaran-i-Jihad-i-Islami), 000
Gulbazoi, Lt. Gen. Sayyid Muhammad (1945-{En#}), 000
Gulnabad, Battle of (1772), 000
Habibullah, Amir (1871-1919), 000
Habibullah Kalakani (c. 1890-1929), 000
Hamad, Abdul Samad (1929-{En#}), 000
Haq, Abdul (1958-2001), 000
Haqani, Maulawi Jajaluddin (1930-{En#}), 000
Hashim Khan, Muhammad (1886-1953), 000
Hasht-Nafari, 000
Hatef, Abdur Rahim (1926-{En#}), 000
Hazarajat, 000
Hazaras, 000
Hekmatyar, Gulbuddin (1947-{En#}), 000
Helmand Province, 000
Hentig-Niedermayer Expedition (1915-1916), 000
Herat Province, 000
Hijrat Movement, 000
Hindu Kush, 000
Hoshimian, Sayyid Kalilullah (1929-{En#}), 000
Human Rights Violations, 000
Humanitarian Airdrops, 000
Humanitarian Relief, 000
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), 000
Inter-Services Intelligence Service (ISI), 000
Ishaq, Muhammad (1851-1888), 000
Islamabad Accord (1993), 000
Islamic Alliance for the Liberation of Afghanistan, 000
Islamic Front (Jumbesh-i-Milli Islami), 000
Islamic Party-Hekmatyar (Hizb-i-Islami-Hekmatyar), 000
Islamic Party-Khales (Hizb-i-Islami-Khales), 000
Islamic Revolutionary Movement (Harakat-i-Inqliab-i-Islami), 000
Islamic Society of Afghanistan (Jam'iat-i Islami-yi Afghanistan), 000
Islamic Union for the Liberation of Afghanistan (Ittihad-i-Islami Barayi Azadi-y-Afghanistan), 000
Islamic Unity Party (Hizb-i Wahdat), 000
Islamist Movement (Jam'iat-i Islami), 000
Isma'il Khan (1946-{En#}), 000
Isma'ilis, 000
Jadran Tribe, 000
Jagran, Sayyid Muhammad Hasan (1949-{En#}), 000
Jaji Tribe, 000
Jam'iat-i-'Ulama, 000
Jamilurrahman, Maulawi Husain (1933-1992?), 000
Jamshidi Tribe, 000
Jirga, 000
Jozjan Province, 000
Kabul City, 000
Kafir War (1895), 000
Kafiri Tribe, 000
Kalakani, Abdul Majid (1939-1980), 000
KAM, 000
Kandahar Province, 000
Karmal, Babrak (1929-1996), 000
Karzai, Hamid (1959-{En#}), 000
Katawazi, Khilzal Muhammad (1948-{En#}), 000
Keshtmand, Sultan Ali (1935-{En#}), 000
KHAD, 000
Khaibar, Mir Akbar (1925-1978), 000
Khales, Yunis (1919-{En#}), 000
Khalilullah, Lieutenant General (1944-{En#}), 000
Khalq, 000
Khan, Khan Abdul Ghaffar (1890-1988?), 000
Khost, 000
Khost Rebellion, 000
Khugiani Tribe, 000
Khurram, Ali Ahmad (1931-1977), 000
Khyber Pass, 000
Kunar Province, 000
Kunduz Province, 000
Kushani, Mahbubullah (1944-{En#}), 000
Laden, Osama bin (1955-{En#}), 000
Laghman Province, 000
Lala Pir, 000
Languages, 000
Layeq, Sulaiman (1930-{En#}), 000
Logar Province, 000
Loya Jirga, 000
Macnaghten, Sir William (1793-1839), 000
Mahmud Pacha, Sayyid, 000
Mahmud Shah (?-1829), 000
Maimana, 000
Maiwand, Battle of (1880), 000
Maiwandal, Muhammad Hashim (1919-1973), 000
Majid, Abdul (c. 1875-?), 000
Majruh, Sayyid Baha'uddin (1928-1988), 000
Mangal Tribe, 000
Maqsudi, Abdul Husain (1933-{En#}), 000
Masood, Ahmad Shah (1953-2001), 000
Mazari, Ali (1935-{En#}), 000
Mazar-i Sharif, 000
Meshrano Jirga, 000
Misaq, Abdul Karim (1937-{En#}), 000
Mohmand Tribe, 000
Muhammad, Ishaq (1952-{En#}), 000
Muhammadi, Maulawi Muhammad Nabi (1921-{En#}), 000
Muhsini, Ayatollah Muhammed Asef (1935-{En#}), 000
Mujaddidi, 000
Mujaddidi, Sabghatullah (1925-{En#}), 000
Mujahideen, 000
Muslim Brotherhood, 000
Mussoorie Conference, 000
Nadir, Shah Muhammad (1888-1933), 000
Najibullah, Muhammad (1947-1996), 000
Nangarhar Province, 000
Naranjan Das (1853-?), 000
Nasir Tribe, 000
Nasrullah Khan (?-1919), 000
National Fatherland Front (Jabha-yi-Milli-yi Padar Watan), 000
National Islamic Front of Afghanistan (Mahaz-i Milli-yi Afghanistan), 000
National Liberation Front of Afghanistan (Jabha-yi-Najat-yi Milli-yi Afghanistan), 000
National Revolutionary Party (Hizb-i Inqilab-i Milli), 000
Nazar, Lt. Gen. Muhammad (1935-{En#}), 000
Niazi, Ghulam Muhammad (?-1978), 000
Nimruz Province, 000
Nizamnama, 000
Northern Alliance, 000
Nur, Nur Ahmad (1937-{En#}), 000
Nuristan Province, 000
Nuristani, Abdul Wakil (?-1829), 000
Nurzai, Abdul Qayyum (1942-{En#}), 000
Nurzai Tribe, 000
Ofuq, Muhammad Zahir, 000
Omar, Mullah Muhammad (1959-{En#}), 000
Operation Enduring Freedom, 000
Oruzgan Province, 000
Paghman, 000
Paghmani, Taj Muhammad (?-1929), 000
Paktia Province, 000
Paktika Province, 000
Panipat, Battle of (1761), 000
Panjdeh Incident, 000
Panjshir, 000
Panjshiri, Dastagi (1933-{En#}), 000
Parcham, 000
Parwan Province, 000
Pashto Language, 000
Pashtunistan Dispute, 000
Pashtuns, 000
Pashtunwali, 000
Pazhwak, Faze Rabbi (1929-{En#}), 000
Pazhwak, Ne'matullah (1928-{En#}), 000
People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA), 000
Peshawar Accord, 000
Peshawar, Treaty of (1856), 000
Pollock, Field Marshal Sir George (1786-1872), 000
Pottinger, Maj. Eldred (1811-1843), 000
Powindahs, 000
Poya, Nadir Ali (c. 1940s-1982), 000
Pul-i Charkhi Prison, 000
Puzanov, Alexandr, 000
Qadir, Maj. Gen. Abdul (1944-{En#}), 000
al-Qaeda (the Base), 000
Quddus, Abdul (1842-1921?), 000
Rabbani, Burhanuddin (1940-{En#}), 000
Rahman, Amir Abdur (?-1901), 000
Rasuli, Maj. Gen. Ghulam Haidar (1919-1978), 000
Ratebzad, Anahita (1931-{En#}), 000
Reconstruction Program, 000
Red Shirts, 000
Refugee Problem, 000
Registan Desert, 000
Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), 000
Roberts, Gen. Sir Frederick (1832-1914), 000
Roshan, 000
Saadabad Pact, 000
Safronchuk, Vasily S., 000
Salang Tunnel, 000
Sale, Gen. Sir Robert Henry (1782-1845), 000
Samangan Province, 000
Sarabi, Abdul Wahid (1926-{En#}), 000
Sarais, 000
Sarwari, Asadullah (1930-{En#}), 000
Saur Revolt, 000
Sayyaf, Abdul Rasul (1946-{En#}), 000
Second Anglo-Afghan War (1878-1879), 000
Secret of the Nation (Sirr-i-Milli), 000
11 September 2001, 000
Sewwum-i-Aqrab, 000
Shafiq, Muhammad Musa (1930-1978), 000
Shi'a Mujahideen Groups, 000
Shinwari Tribe, 000
Shir Ali, Amir (?-1879), 000
Shuja, Shah (c. 1792-1842), 000
Simla Manifesto (1838), 000
Soviet War in Afghanistan, 000
Taimaris, 000
Tajiks, 000
Taliban, 000
Tanai, Lt. Gen. Shanawaz, 000
Taraki, Nur Muhammad (1917-1979), 000
Tashkent Declaration, 000
Tawana, Sayyid Musa, 000
Third Anglo-Afghan War (1919), 000
Timur Shah (1742-1793), 000
Turi Tribe, 000
Turkomans, 000
Twelver (Ithna 'Ashariya), 000
Ulama, 000
Ulfat, Azizurrahman (1936-1983), 000
UK Special Forces, 000
UN Sanctions, 000
UN Security Council Resolutions, 000
U.S.-Afghanistan Relations, 000
U.S. Special Forces, 000
Uzbekistan, 000
Uzbeks, 000
Victory Organization (Sazman-i Nasr), 000
Vitkevich, Capt. Ivan (?-1838), 000
Wahdat, 000
Wakhan District, 000
Wali, Abdul (1924-{En#}), 000
Wali, Muhammad (?-1933), 000
Wardak, Abdul Ahad (c. 1880-1949), 000
Wardak Province, 000
Warlords, 000
Watanjar, Muhammad Aslam (1946-{En#}), 000
Waziri Tribe, 000
Wolusmal, Muhammad Hasan (1940-{En#}), 000
Women in Afghanistan, 000
Yalantush Khan (?-1886), 000
Yaqub Khan, Amir Muhammad (c. 1849-1923), 000
Yaqubi, Gen. Ghulam Faruq (1938-1992), 000
Yar Muhammad, Wazir (?-1851), 000
Yussuf Khan, Muhammad (1855-?), 000
Zabibullah, Abdul Qadir (1951-1984), 000
Zabul Province, 000
Zahir Shah, Mohammed (1914-{En#}), 000
Zalmai Khan (?-1960), 000
Zaman, Shah (1772-1844), 000
Zhawar, Battle of (1986), 000
Zirai, Saleh Muhammad (1936-{En#}), 000
Chronology, 000
Abbreviations and Acronyms, 000
Glossary, 000
Bibliography, 000
Index, 000
About the Author, 000




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