An Afghan chronology

January 2004
Afghanistan: The Mirage of Peace;2004, p222
Book Chapter
The article lists the historical events in Afghanistan which include the First Anglo-Afghan War from 1839-1842, amendment of the first constitution of Afghanistan in 1921, and the installation of Babrak Karmal for presidency in 1980.


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