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Pennell of the Afghan frontier

the life of Theodore Leighton Pennell.
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Pennell, Theodore Leighton, 1867-1912, Missions -- India., Missions, Me
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This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including. Theodore Leighton Pennell (–), was an English Protestant missionary and doctor who lived among the tribes of founded Pennell High School and a missionary hospital in Bannu in the North-West Frontier of British India, now his work he received the Kaisar-i-Hind Medal for public service in India.

He published a work on his life under the title Among the wild. Pennell of the Afghan frontier; the life of Theodore Leighton Pennell, M.D., B. SC., F.R.C.S. Kaisar-i-Hind medal for public service in IndiaPages:   ‎This book is a valuable record of sixteen years’ good work by an officer—a medical missionary—in charge of a medical mission station at Bannu, on the North-West Frontier of India.

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Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier is a first-hand account by Dr. Theodore Leighton Pennell of the 16 years that he spent as a medical missionary at the medical mission station at Bannu (in present-day Pakistan) on the Northwest Frontier of India. The book was first published in ; presented here is the fourth edition of → Pennell of the Afghan frontier.

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As a historian and independent commentator on international affairs, with specialist knowledge of South Asia, her other books include Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Unending War and Afghan Frontier: at the Crossroads of Conflict.

She is a frequent contributor to BBC World TV, BBC World Service and other news outlets/5(10). Excerpt from Pennell of the Afghan Frontier: The Life of Theodore Leighton Pennell M.D., B.

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Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books. This book is a valuable record of sixteen years' good work by an officer--a medical missionary--in charge of a medical mission station at Bannu, on the North-West Frontier of India.

Although many accounts have been written descriptive of the wild tribes on this border, there was still plenty of room for Dr. Pennell's modestly-related : Copertina flessibile.

PENNELL OF THE INDIAN FRONTIER. The fine.,ry of Dr, Pennell'• Life on the Afghan Frontier, told for Boys & Girls. By NoRMAM J. DAvrnsoN, B.A.(OxoN), "Dr. Pennell was perhaps the most remarkable Englishman who ever came into touch with the fierce and fanatical tribes of the Afghan border.'' -Maj.-Gen.

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Among the wild tribes of the Afghan frontier by Theodore Leighton Pennell; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Social life and customs, Pushtuns, Medical Missions, Missions, Accessible book, Punjab, Afghans; Places: Central Asia, Pakistan, North-west Frontier Province, Afghanistan, Punjab (India), North-west Frontier Province (Pakistan).

This book is a valuable record of sixteen years’ good work by an officer—a medical missionary—in charge of a medical mission station at Bannu, on the North-West Frontier of India. Although many accounts have been written descriptive of the wild tribes on this border, there was still plenty of room for Dr.

Pennell’s modestly-related. Theodore Leighton Pennell [] was a medical missionary to the North West Frontier of what is today Pakistan.

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Writing in the The Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions C.H. Grundmann notes. Pennell’s fame was due not only to his medical skills and daring itinerations, mostly on bicycle and always moving unarmed amongst the heavily armed Muslim peoples of the mountains – but.

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There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc). Theodore Leighton Pennell (), was a Christian missionary and a doctor who lived among the tribes of Afghanistan.

He founded a missionary hospital in Bannu in the North-West Frontier of British India, now Pakistan. For his work he received the Kaisar-i-Hind Medal for Public Service in India/5(5).

The Afghan themselves — at least, the more intelligent part of the community — will tell you that they are descended from the tribe of Benjamin, and will give you their genealogy through King.

Shane Gail Malhotra, "Reading between the lines, popular narratives of the Afghan frontier" (Doctoral thesis, Open University, ).

Includes a chapter on Alice Sorabji Pennell's writings. Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier - A Record of Sixteen Years' Close Intercourse with the - Natives of the Indian Marches: The Project Gutenberg EBook of Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier, by T.

PennellThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the. Witty, macabre, beautiful and poignant.

"The Independent on Sunday" These stories were collected in the tribal areas of the Pakistan-Afghan border, a region once described as the last free place on earth, where the caravan routes from Persia, India, and China historically converged. Blending wit, fantasy, comedy, and romance, these tales reflect the Pashtun code of honor and way of life.

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Great book on Afghanistan historyif you like this book you will also want to read: 1. A Journal of the Disasters in Afghanistan, 2. Soldier and Traveller: Memoirs of Alexander Gardner, Colonel of Artillery in the Service of of Maharaja Ranjit Singh 3.

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BACTRIA: The History of a Forgotten Empire () 4. Travel and Sport in Turkestan /5(3). Read "Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier (Illustrated)" by T. L. Pennell available from Rakuten Kobo. A record of 16 years' close intercourse with the naties of the Indian marches. First published in According to the.Fragments of the Afghan Frontier Magnus Marsden and Benjamin Hopkins.

Study of North-West Frontier between Afghanistan and Pakistan, an area of increasing. Magnus Marsden is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Sussex and Director of the University of Sussex Asia Centre. He has spent fifteen years conducting research in both Afghanistan and Pakistan and, with Benjamin Hopkins, is the author of Fragments of the Afghan Frontier and editor of Beyond Swat: History, Society and Economy Along the Afghanistan-Pakistan Frontier.