Why the First Anglo-Afghan War Still Matters
By Arwin Rahi
In the West, the war is largely remembered from the British point of view – but Afghans have not forgotten their experience.
Great Britain’s Worst Military Blunder in South Asia
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Recounting the disastrous end of Great Britain’s first invasion of Afghanistan.
Was Double Government in Afghanistan a Folly?
By Catherine Putz
During and after the First Anglo-Afghan War, the British embarked on a hybrid form of colonialism, it didn't work.