Nawwab Muhammad Zaman Khan and Sardar Sultan Ahmad Khan’s Subversive Plans
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[192c] After the departure of the English army and Shahpur for India and the final end to the reign of the house of Ahmad Shah Saduzaʾi and while Afghanistan was without a protector and leader during the Amir-i Kabir’s return from India and stops en route, every chief became a sovereign and every house a court. Nawwab Muhammad Zaman Khan and Sardar Sultan Ahmad Khan, nephews of the Amir-i Kabir, made alliances with a group of corrupt-minded trouble-making khans in spite of Wazir Muhammad Akbar Khan’s presence, and rose in opposition to claim leadership of the country. A group of impudent…

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“Nawwab Muhammad Zaman Khan and Sardar Sultan Ahmad Khan’s Subversive Plans”, in: History of Afghanistan, Translated and edited by R.D. McChesney, M.M. Khorrami. Consulted online on 23 June 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004256064_hao_COM_000180>
First published online: 2013
First print edition: 9789004234918, 20121219



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