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The Fortress And Citadel Of Ghuznee. The 1842 retreat from Kabul or Massacre of Elphinstones army took place during the First Anglo-Afghan WarAt the beginning of the conflict British and East India Company forces had defeated the forces of Afghan Emir Dost Mohammad Barakzai and in 1839 occupied Kabul restoring the former ruler Shah Shujah Durrani as emirHowever a deteriorating situation made.

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The 1842 retreat from Kabul or Massacre of Elphinstones army took place during the First Anglo-Afghan WarAt the beginning of the conflict British and East India Company forces had defeated the forces of Afghan Emir Dost Mohammad Barakzai and in 1839 occupied Kabul restoring the former ruler Shah Shujah Durrani as emirHowever a deteriorating situation made.

The 1842 retreat from Kabul or Massacre of Elphinstones army took place during the First Anglo-Afghan WarAt the beginning of the conflict British and East India Company forces had defeated the forces of Afghan Emir Dost Mohammad Barakzai and in 1839 occupied Kabul restoring the former ruler Shah Shujah Durrani as emirHowever a deteriorating situation made.

The 1842 retreat from Kabul or Massacre of Elphinstones army took place during the First Anglo-Afghan WarAt the beginning of the conflict British and East India Company forces had defeated the forces of Afghan Emir Dost Mohammad Barakzai and in 1839 occupied Kabul restoring the former ruler Shah Shujah Durrani as emirHowever a deteriorating situation made. The 1842 retreat from Kabul or Massacre of Elphinstones army took place during the First Anglo-Afghan WarAt the beginning of the conflict British and East India Company forces had defeated the forces of Afghan Emir Dost Mohammad Barakzai and in 1839 occupied Kabul restoring the former ruler Shah Shujah Durrani as emirHowever a deteriorating situation made.