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The history section describes the wars between the Sikhs and the people of Kashmir and Hunza and Chitral. It describes newborn babies being chopped up, torn apart and killed along with their mothers, except for the girls who happened to be beautiful whose lives were spared for the free sexual use by the Sikh warriors. These sections are not to be read by the faint of heart. These sections involve the Maharaja of Kashmir and are of historical importance because they describe events that led up to the partition of Pakistan and India in 1947 and the wars and conflicts that have taken place since…mehr

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The history section describes the wars between the Sikhs and the people of Kashmir and Hunza and Chitral. It describes newborn babies being chopped up, torn apart and killed along with their mothers, except for the girls who happened to be beautiful whose lives were spared for the free sexual use by the Sikh warriors. These sections are not to be read by the faint of heart. These sections involve the Maharaja of Kashmir and are of historical importance because they describe events that led up to the partition of Pakistan and India in 1947 and the wars and conflicts that have taken place since that time. Three major wars have been fought between India and Pakistan in 1947, 1965 and 1971. Conflicts are being threatened all the time between those two countries. They both have the A-Bomb and there is always the fear they will start bombing each other. This book shows that these conflicts did not start in 1947. This book was an attachment, attached to a book entitled Languages and Races of Dardistan. This shows there has been fighting and killing between these groups going back at least to the early 1800s. At the time Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner or G. W. Leitner wrote this book, India was just one country as this was before the split in 1947. Leitner was one of the first adventurers to enter the remote mountains of what is now Northern Pakistan and India and live to tell about it. He undertook adventures and collected data about the people living there, walking as much as 35 miles per day and taking notes in the evenings. He wrote several books about this which unfortunately were printed in limited editions in Lahore and few survive. The book presented here is part of the first known reprint of any of Leitner's works.