This book is the results of many years of field-work in Baluchistan as well as period of research in the British colonial Archives. It analyses the complex relations amongst the khan of Kalat, its sardars and tribal or feudal chiefs and the British colonial authorities during the 19th and 20th Centuries, from the rise of the British colonial interest to this marginal land near Afghanistan and Persia, till the end of the British Empire in 1947 and the subsequent forced merging of Khalat with the new state of Pakistan.
|Numero di pagine||245|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1997|
- british India
- colonial history
- storia coloniale