Rūs-hā az če majrā-ye tārīḫī vārede Afġānestān šodand [How did the Russians come to Afghanistan, historically seen]. Pishawar, 1999, 263 + 4 p.
1After a long introduction on the Russian history and the intentions of the Russian empire and the soviet system, the author describes the penetration of Russia in the Central Asia and the end of it. According to him the Russians tried to reach Persian Gulf through Iran. Russian influence in Iran and among the Iranian clergy and the conflicts with the Americans prior to the first world war and after the second world war are also mentioned in this book. The author also describes the Russian influence in the Afghanistan’s administration and political system. Parts of the book are devoted to the ethnic characteristics of Afghanistan and the formation of political parties in this country.
2There are a number of statements, views and sometimes useful information presented in this book which are not necessarily interconnected or enjoy a logical sequence.
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Tchanguiz Pahlavan. Walwalejī, Asadollāh, « Rūs-hā az če majrā-ye tārīḫī vārede Afġānestān šodand [How did the Russians come to Afghanistan, historically seen]. Pishawar, 1999, 263 + 4 p. », Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 24 | 2001, document 341, mis en ligne le 25 avril 2008, consulté le 25 avril 2015. URL : http://abstractairanica.revues.org/34937Haut de page
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