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AFGHANISTAN BETWEEN THE GREAT POWERS

@inproceedings{Hauner1982AFGHANISTANBT,
  title={AFGHANISTAN BETWEEN THE GREAT POWERS},
  author={M. Hauner},
  year={1982}
}
history of Afghanistan, particularly its relations with the great powers. In this connection the period of World War II has often been treated superficially, and until today there has been only one book (L. W. Adamec, Afghanistan's Foreign Affairs to the Mid- Twentieth Century: Relations with the USSR, Germany, and Britain (Tucson, 1974)) which contains adequate coverage of the war years. These years ought to be considered as a watershed for the entire region since they clearly foreshadowed the… Expand
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