The Relief of Chitral
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 By:Captain GJ Younghusband
 Binding:Hard Cover
 Price:Rs. 550/=
Description: Situated at a distance of about 47 miles from the main watershed of the range of the Hindu Kush Mountains. Chitral had been an important state because of its situation at the extremity of the territory over which the British Government in India exerted its influence. In fact, it had been the object of the British policy, to control the external an effective guardianship over its northern passes; and to keep watch over what goes on beyond those passes.  
 About The Author:
Captain G.J. Younghusband and Colonel Sir Francis Younghusband remained present together in the Chitral campaign and both acted as correspondent of the Times in the campaign.



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