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" With regard to our withdrawal at the present moment, I fear that it would have the very worst effect ; it would be construed into a defeat, and our character as a powerful nation, would be entirely lost in this part of the world. It is true that the garrison... "
History of the War in Afghanistan - Page 463
by Sir John William Kaye - 1851
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Memoir ... to illustrate the origin and foundation of the Pollock medal [by ...

1875
...have no doubt I shall hear from him again. With regard to our withdrawal at the present moment, I fear it would have the very worst effect—it would be...relief of that garrison is only one object; there still remain others which we cannot disregard—I allude to the release of the prisoners. I expect about...
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History of Europe: 1815-1852, Volume 7

Sir Archibald Alison - Europe - 1876
...With regard to our withdrawal at the present moment, I fear it would have the very worst etfect. It would be construed into a defeat, and our character...entirely lost in this part of the world. It is true the garrison of Jellalabad has been saved, which it would not have been, had not a force been sent...
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The Judgment of the Sword: The Tale of the Kabul Tragedy, and of the Part ...

Maud Diver - Afghan Wars - 1913 - 683 pages
...our withdrawal at the present moment, " he went on, "I fear it would have the very worst effect; it would be construed into a defeat, and our character...It is true that the garrison of Jellalabad has been relieved. . . . But the relief of that garrison is only one object. There still remains another, which...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 37

Great Britain - 1843
...regard to our withdrawal at the present moment, I fear that it would have the very worst effect ; it would be construed into a defeat, and our character...relief of that garrison is only one object; there still remain others which we cannot disregard. I allude to the release of the prisoners. I expect about nineteen...
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