imperial tomb

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December 3, 2021

Graveyard of Empires is a codename associated with Afghanistan. This stems from a historical tendency to accuse foreign powers of failing to invade Afghanistan. It is not clear who invented the term. And there is still an argument for historical correctness.

Background

in Afghanistan history Some superpowers have tried to occupy Afghanistan without upholding permanent rules. Current examples include the British Empire during the First and Third Anglo-Afghan War (1839–1842, 1919), the USSR in the Soviet-Afghan War (1979–89), and the US War. In Afghanistan (2001–2021) some mention of the former empire. such as Persians, Greeks, Arabs, Turks, and Mongols. The difficulty in invading Afghanistan was due to the prevalence of fortresses, deserts, the country's mountainous regions, harsh winters. and "strong family loyalty"

Usage

Thomas Barfield describes Afghanistan as an unconquerable nation used by its people to deter invaders. In October 2001, when the United States attacked Afghanistan, Mohammed Umar, then Taliban leader. Threaten the United States with the same fate as the British Empire and the Soviet Union. US President Joe Biden Calling the nickname while speaking publicly after the 2021 occupation of Kabul as evidence that the US military no longer intends to establish a base in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

Reviews

International correspondent Rod Nordland said:

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