Afghanistan in the Great War

@article{Wyatt2015AfghanistanIT,
  title={Afghanistan in the Great War},
  author={Christopher M. Wyatt},
  journal={Asian Affairs},
  year={2015},
  volume={46},
  pages={387 - 410}
}
The period of the Great War in Afghanistan was one of the most transformational periods of her entire history. Less than a year after the end of the Great War, both Afghanistan and her relations with the rest of the world had changed forever. The article covers Afghanistan and the outbreak of war, the Niedermayer-Hentig mission from Germany, pressure on the frontier and at court, and the aftermath of the Assassination of Amir Habibullah. At Kabul, the emergence of a ‘War Party’, which favoured… 

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