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The opening into the narrow pass above the Siri Bolan

The opening into the narrow pass above the Siri Bolan

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Illustration shows skirmish between Baluchis and soldiers as they march through the Bōlan Pass in the Toba Kakar Mountains, Pakistan, en route to Afghanistan; Indian civilians, who traveled with the army, stand nearby.
Lithograph by Louis and Charles Haghe after drawing by James Atkinson.
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Illus. in: Sketches in Afghaunistan, by Jas. Atkinson, Esq. London : Henry Graves & Company ... and W.H. Allen & Co., 1842, plate 7.
James Atkinson travelled with the Army of the Indus, Bengal Division, as Superintending Surgeon during the First Anglo-Afghan War, through part of India (now Pakistan) into Afghanistan.

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01/01/1842
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afghanistan
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