Mohammad Azam Khan

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Mohammad Azam Khan (King Mohammad III)
Emir of Afghanistan
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Sketch work of Mohammad Azam Khan
Emir of Afghanistan
Reign 7 October 1867– 21 February 1868
Predecessor Mohammad Afzal Khan
Successor Sher Ali Khan
Full name
Mohammad Azam Khan
Dynasty Barakzai dynasty
Father Dost Mohammed Khan

Mohammad Azam Khan (Pashto: محمد عظم خان‎) was the Emir of Afghanistan from October 7, 1867 to February 21, 1868.[1][2]He was the second son of Dost Mohammed Khan, Azam Khan succeeded his brother Mohammad Afzal Khan after the latter's death on October 7, 1867.[1] Following Azam Khan's death the following year, Sher Ali Khan was reinstated as Amir of Afghanistan. He was an ethnic Pashtun and belonged to the Barakzai tribe.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Hamid. "Afghanistan Monarchs". afghanistantourism.net. Archived from the original on 2012-03-27. Retrieved 2011-07-13. 
  2. ^ Wahid Momand. "Leaders". Afghanland.com. Retrieved 2011-07-13. 
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Mohammad Afzal Khan
Barakzai dynasty
Emir of Afghanistan

7 October 1867– 21 February 1868
Succeeded by
Sher Ali Khan


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