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Media: 64 reels of microfilm in the complete collection (three subsets are available, by title)
Coverage Dates: 1931-1983

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Overview

This collection stems from the Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow, and includes three serials from Afghanistan. These publications cover the period of Russian presence as well as CIA activity in Afghanistan.

Islakh
Kabul, 1936-1971; daily religious/political magazine in Pashto, 15 reels.

Kabul
Kabul, 1931-1984; monthly political magazine in Pashto, 35 reels.

Ariane
Kabul, 1946-1983; monthly magazine on history and literature in Pashto, 14 reels.

The titles, available individually or as a complete set, compose a valuable resource for students or scholars investigating Afghan events and daily life and the period and political events leading up to current events in Afghanistan and the region.

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