Timeline of Afghan history

Feb 1 2018 11:13 pm


Timeline of Afghan history


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Mirwais Hotak

Date Event

1709 21 April Mirwais Hotak, AN powerful Afghan headman, gained independence at city once a triple-crown revolution against the Persian Safavid sept.[1]

1709-1713 The Persian government sent 2 massive armies to regain city Province however suffered defeat by the Afghans.[1]

1715 November Mirwais died of a natural cause and his brother Abdul Aziz heritable the throne till he was killed by Mahmud Hotaki, son of Mirwais.[1]

1722 Battle of Gulnabad: light-emitting diode by Mahmud, the Afghan army captured the Safavid capital of urban center and Mahmad was declared monarch of Persia.[2]

1725 22 April Mahmud was dead by his relation Ashraf, son of Abdul Aziz, and succeeded him as monarch of Persia.[3]

1729 29 September Battle of Damghan: Afsharid forces light-emitting diode by Nader monarch defeated Ashraf and his forces.

1738 Nader invaded and destroyed city, and fixed up the Abdali ethnic Pashtus to political prominence.

1747 19 June Ahmad monarch Durrani of the Abdali Pashtun confederacy declared the institution of AN freelance Afghanistan, with its capital at city.[4]

19th Century[edit]

Dost Mahomet Khan took

Year Date Event

1809 Durrani signed a written agreement of alliance with the uk.

1826 Dost Mahomet Khan took the throne in capital of Afghanistan, wherever he declared himself ameer.

1837 November Siege of urban center: A Persian force tries to capture Herat however ar defeated and leave in 1838.

1839 March First Anglo-Afghan War: A British military force captured Quetta

1841 November First Anglo-Afghan War: A mob killed a people envoy to Afghanistan.

1842 January Massacre of Elphinstone's army: A withdrawing British force of sixteen thousand was massacred by the Afghans.

1857 Afghanistan declared war on Persia.

Afghan forces re-captured urban center.

1878 January Second Anglo-Afghan War: Afghanistan refused a British commission, provocative a second Anglo-Afghan war.

1879 May Second Anglo-Afghan War: to forestall British occupation of an outsized a part of the country, the Afghan government ceded a lot of power to the uk within the written agreement of Gandamak.

1880 22 July Abdur Rahman Khan was formally recognized as ameer of Afghanistan.

1893 12 November Abdur Rahman ANd British rule representative Roger de Mortimer Durand signed an agreement establishing the Durand Line.

Twentieth century[edit]

Habibullah Khan

Year Date Event

1901 1 October Habibullah Khan, son of Abdur Rahman, became ameer of Afghanistan.

20 Feb 1919 Habibullah was dead. His son Amanullah Khan declared himself King of Afghanistan.

1919 May Third Anglo-Afghan War: Amanullah light-emitting diode a onset against a people.

19 August Afghan minister Mahmud Tarzi negotiated the written agreement of metropolis with a people at metropolis.

1922 Solar Hijri calendar formally adopted in Afghanistan.[5]

1929 Amanullah was forced to vacate in favor of Habibullah Kalakani within the face of a preferred struggle.

Former General Mohammed Nadir monarch took management of Afghanistan.

1933 8 November Nadir was dead. His son, Mohammed Zahir monarch, was declared King.

1964 A new constitution was sanctioned that instituted a democratic assembly.

1965 1 January The Marxist People's party of Afghanistan (PDPA) control its initial congress.

1973 17 July Mohammed Daoud Khan declares himself President in an exceedingly coup against the king, Mohammed Zahir monarch.

1978 27 April Saur Revolution: Military units loyal to the PDPA mistreated the Afghan Presidential Palace, killing President Mohammed Daoud Khan and his family.

1 May Saur Revolution: The PDPA put in its leader, Nur Muhammad Taraki, as President of Afghanistan.

July A rebellion against the new Afghan government began with AN struggle in Nuristan Province.

5 December A written agreement was signed that permissible preparation of the Soviet military at the Afghan government's request.

1979 14 September Taraki was dead by supporters of Prime Minister Hafizullah Amin.

24 December Soviet war in Afghanistan: Fearing the collapse of the Amin regime, the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan.

27 December Operation Storm-333: Soviet troops occupied major governmental, military and media buildings in capital of Afghanistan, as well as the Tajbeg Palace, and dead Prime Minister Amin.

1988 14 April Soviet war in Afghanistan: The Soviet government signed the Geneva Accords, including a timetable for retreating their militia.

1989 15 February Soviet war in Afghanistan: The last Soviet troops left the country.

1992 24 April Civil war in {afghanistan|Afghanistan|Islamic State of Afghanistan|Asian country|Asian nation} (1989-1992): Afghan political parties signed the city Accord that created the Moslem State of Afghanistan and declared Sibghatullah Mojaddedi its interim President.

Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's Hezbi Islami, with the support of neighboring Asian country, began a huge bombardment against the Moslem State within the capital capital of Afghanistan.

28 June As specified within the city Accord, Jamiat-e Islami leader Burhanuddin Rabbani took over as President.

1994 August The Taliban government began to make in an exceedingly little village between Lashkar Gah and city.

1995 January The Taliban, with Pakistani support, initiated a campaign against the Moslem State of Afghanistan and its capital capital of Afghanistan.

1995 13 March Taliban, tortured and killed Abdul Ali Mazari leader of the Hazara folks.

1996 26 September Civil war in {afghanistan|Afghanistan|Islamic State of Afghanistan|Asian country|Asian nation} (1996-2001): The forces of the Moslem State people to northern Afghanistan.

27 September Civil war in {afghanistan|Afghanistan|Islamic State of Afghanistan|Asian country|Asian nation} (1996-2001): The Taliban conquered capital of Afghanistan and declared the institution of the Moslem Emirate of Afghanistan. Former President Mahomet Najibullah, UN agency had been living below international organisation protection in capital of Afghanistan, was tortured, altered and dead by Taliban forces.

1998 August Civil war in Afghanistan (1996-2001): The Taliban captured Mazar-e Sharif, forcing Abdul Rashid Dostum into exile.

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