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PARSA 2014 Calendar By PARSA Afghanistan
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PARSA's 2014 Calendar showcases wonderful moments from all of our projects in Afghanistan, including the Afghan Scouts, Women's Economic Programs, cave schools and the children we work with. Support... More > PARSA all year round and share our vision. PARSA - Building Healthy Afghan Communities< Less
Afghanistan By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Through Afghanistan By Alistair Caldicott
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One of the most challenging and arduous journeys any traveller could undertake, across central Afghanistan. This book penetrates a relatively unknown country, starting from the Iranian border and... More > finishing down the Khyber Pass into Pakistan. It casts light on a part of the world about which have heard a lot, but, in reality, know little because it remains off limits for many. It reveals a land of distinct beauty, scenery as beautiful as it is remote, and unparalleled ruin. In spite of a catalogue of physical challenges and inconveniences, the journey traverses a stretch of the earth’s surface encompassing hostile deserts and up to the fringes of the Himalayas. A bold, thrilling and compelling journey.< Less
Through Afghanistan By Alistair Caldicott
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One of the most challenging and arduous journeys any traveller could undertake, across central Afghanistan. This book penetrates a relatively unknown country, starting from the Iranian border and... More > finishing down the Khyber Pass into Pakistan. It casts light on a part of the world about which have heard a lot, but, in reality, know little because it remains off limits for many. It reveals a land of distinct beauty, scenery as beautiful as it is remote, and unparalleled ruin. In spite of a catalogue of physical challenges and inconveniences, the journey traverses a stretch of the earth’s surface encompassing hostile deserts and up to the fringes of the Himalayas. A bold, thrilling and compelling journey.< Less
The War In Afghanistan By Sir John William Kaye
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Vol. I (of 3) Third Edition
Afghanistan Diary By Stephen McAllister
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A compilation of emails sent home while the author was stationed at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. Going beyond the simple “Dear folks, today I . . .” letter, the author writes about his... More > observations and personal impressions. Some observations are humorous, because despite its best efforts, the military can’t help but be silly at times. Some are quite emotional. In a war zone with people being killed on a daily basis, emotional events are a common occurrence. And others are very personal and introspective. The sum is a revealing look at the military and our role in Afghanistan.< Less
BAGRAM, AFGHANISTAN By WILLIAM S CALLINAN IV
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These photos are taken at Bagram, Afghanistan, if you have been there, they will look familiar to you. If you haven't been there, but will be going, it will give you a good idea of what it is like.
2012: Afghanistan By Gregory Rasanen
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I created this calendar using pictures I took on my last tour in Afghanistan. I will donate all profits from the sale of this calendar to Wounded Warriors and Fisher House.
Contract Afghanistan By Gregory T Lowrey
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Over 100,000 contractors work in Afghanistan. They build the bases,provide transportation and security,feed and house the troops and support NATO.They outnumber the troops and live under military... More > protection. This is a story of one that chose to live outside the walls. Go through the streets of Kabul and the roads of the provinces. Meet the men and women that are trying to improve life here. Meet the Taliban and Al Qaeda,and another foe,the Mafia.Learn the ways of the people and those that would control them through their profiteering and illegal deals.Meet the grunts and officers,and the fighters who are neither.Go inside the bases, drive the roads and see the country.Learn the deals and the mis-deals;the intrigue and the espionage and the just plain corruption.This is Afghanistan,in the raw and seen from the eyes of a world traveler, who, until now, was truly naive.Feel his pain,his fear and frustration.Realize that there is animal in all of us;and what it takes to make it come out.< Less
The Face of Afghanistan By Gianni Giacomelli
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This is the story of Afghanistan told by those who live it every day. Their portraits narrate what it means to be Afghan in the early twenty-first century, to be living in one of the most atrociously... More > poor and dangerous places on earth, in the richest world society on record. It is not all Afghanistan’s fault. Beside many other factors that make it naturally prone to poverty, Afghanistan has long been sitting on one of the main fault lines between eastern and western blocks. In many respects, Afghanistan's present is a living legacy of the Cold War, of our own past. Of the hundreds of billions of dollars spent in Afghanistan by the US and its allies, only a small fraction has been directed to reconstruction. There is a time when more of our money is spent more effectively in rebuilding a society rather than just imposing a truce through military control. That time is now. The journey into Afghanistan starts here.< Less