Abdur Rahman Khan

Emir Abdur Rahman Khan
Emir Abdur Rahman Khan

Abdur Rahman Khan (* 1844, † 1. October 1901) was from 1880 to 1. October 1901 Emir of Afghanistan. The first large event under its rule is the end of the African-Afghan war. With the British it specified the line between Afghanistan and British India (today Pakistan), the so-called Durand line. The Afghan foreign policy was transferred by it to the British, to Khan received for it financial support. In its service it struck down several rebellions and accomplished some reforms. In addition the introduction of a central government belongs. Its son Habibullah continued these reforms.

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