Amanullah Khan

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Amanullah Khan

(ˌæməˈnʊlə kɑːn)
n
(Biography) 1892–1960, emir (1919–26) and king (1926–29) of Afghanistan; he obtained Afghan independence from Britain (1919)
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Led by King Amanullah Shah, Afghanistan defeats the British in the third Afghan-Anglo War and declares its independence.
January: Rebel Habibullah Kalakani deposes King Amanullah Shah and rules Afghanistan for nine months.
On this occasion, Conservator Forests Rawalpindi circle Iftikhar Ahmed Qureshi, EDO Community Development Malik Muhammad Sher, EDO Agriculture Ghulam Muhammad Gul, DO Agriculture Amanullah Shah, DO Forests Amir Sohail and DFO Abid Gondal were present.