INDIA: Haji's Son Spanked

Under the eaves of Central Asia's towering Hindu Kush Mountains lie the farthermost outposts of the British Raj's power in India, in the Northwest Frontier Province. There last week Britain slapped down with overwhelming force a perilous little rebellion, just north of Khyber Pass, in the land of the Upper Mohmands.

A longtime flea on the British lion is the Upper Mohmand tribe, a wild, haughty, hairy group of Pathans who periodically attack the Lower Mohmands, pets of the British Government, and raise hob generally in...

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