The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80, Part 2
This Part 2 of "The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80" discusses the 1878-80 war, which was one of the major conflicts during the Great Game, the 19th century competition for power and influence in Central Asia between the United Kingdom and Russia, and also marked one of the worst setbacks inflicted on British power in the region after the consolidation of British Raj by the East India Company. - Summary by Lynette Caulkins and Phil Griffith
Genre(s): War & Military, Modern (19th C)
|Play 01||Chapter I - The First Campaign||KevinS
|Play 02||Chapter II - The Opening of the Second Campaign||Johan Supertramp
|Play 03||Chapter III - The Lull before the Storm||Shreya Sethi
|Play 04||Chapter IV - The December Storm, part 1||Frank J.
|Play 05||Chapter IV - The December Storm, part 2||Karen V.
|Play 06||Chapter V - On the Defensive in Sherpur||Yalda
|Play 07||Chapter VI - Ahmed Khel||Faruq Remtulla
|Play 08||Chapter VII - The Ameer Abdurrahman||Scott Caulkins
|Play 09||Chapter VIII - Maiwand and the Great March||Elizabeth Renae
|Play 10||Chapter IX - The Battle of Candahar||merendo07