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The Punjab during the First Anglo-Afghan War
The Punjab during the First Anglo-Afghan WarSociety for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.
The Panjab with part of Afghanistan, Kashmeer, Sinde &c.
London, SDUK, 1839. Steel engraving, sheet 410 x 350mm. Original colour. Detailed map, of the borders between modern Afghanistan, India and Pakistan. On importance is the Khyber Pass, the main link between British India and Afghanistan , at a time when the 'Great Game' had evolved into the disasterous First Anglo-Afghan War, 1838-1842.



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