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Reminiscences: A Short History of an Era (1869-1881).

by Tarzi, Mahmud; Edited by Wahid Tarzi

Condition: VG


East Hampton, NY: The Afghanistan Forum, 1998. Book. VG. No Binding. 32pp, ills. 4to. Occasional Paper No. 36. Photocopy, stapled, no wrapper. VG. Reminiscences of his early years completed just before the author's death. Mahmud Tarzi (1865-1933) was a remarkable figure in Afghanistan's history. Creator of the influential Seraj-ul-Akhbar newspaper, a member of the aristocracy and a prominent poet, he was twice exiled for his liberal views and connections..
  • Bookseller: James Hurley, Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 005252
  • Title: Reminiscences: A Short History of an Era (1869-1881).
  • Author: Tarzi, Mahmud; Edited by Wahid Tarzi
  • Book condition: Used - VG
  • Publisher: The Afghanistan Forum
  • Place: East Hampton, NY
  • Date published: 1998
  • Keywords: Afghanistan, Mahmud Tarzi, Seraj-ul-Akhbar, History
  • Bookseller catalogs: Afghanistan;


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