A man to match his mountains: Badshah Khan, nonviolent soldier of Islam

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Nilgiri Press, 1984 - Religion - 240 pages
Profiles the Muslim leader Badshah Khan's successful efforts to organize a nonviolent "army" among his people, the Pathans--an ethnic group imbued with a fierce code of honor--which played a key role in the nonviolent ouster of the British from India

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PART FOUR by Timothy Flinders
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