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Shohei Komaki. « Yar Mohammad Khan in Herat: the Political Relationship between Iran and Afghanistan in the Mid-19th Century ». The Journal of Oriental Researches, 65-1, 2006, pp. 78-103 [in Japanese].

Akihiko Yamaguchi

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1In 1818, Prince Kāmrān, son of Šāh Maḥmūd Dorrānī and governor of Herat at that time, had his minister, Fatḥ Ḫān Moḥammadzāī, killed for fear of his increasing influence. This murder led to revolts by the victim’s brothers, Dost Moḥammad Ḫān and Kohandel Ḫān, who established themselves at Kabul and Qandahar respectively, while Kāmrān himself could hold only Herat. This unique article focuses on one of the key figures in this Afghan civil war (1818-1826), Yār Moḥammad Ḫān, who gained power as vizier of Kāmrān and finally displaced his master to become the de facto ruler of Herat. The author tells in detail how he managed to keep his rule over Herat, pursuing a shrewd diplomacy toward the primary interested parties, the Qajars and the English.

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Akihiko Yamaguchi, « Shohei Komaki. « Yar Mohammad Khan in Herat: the Political Relationship between Iran and Afghanistan in the Mid-19th Century ». The Journal of Oriental Researches, 65-1, 2006, pp. 78-103 [in Japanese]. »Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 29 | 2008, document 192, mis en ligne le 15 septembre 2008, consulté le 17 juillet 2024. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/abstractairanica/28512 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/abstractairanica.28512

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