Mohammad Murad Beg

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Mir Mohammad Murad Beg was Khan of Kunduz (modern Afghanistan) and later Emir of Bokhara (modern Uzbekistan) in the 19th century. Earlier in the 19th century, he defeated Mir Yar Beg to take control of Badakhshan, and extended his rule north of the Oxus river.[1]

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  1. ^ Paul Bergne. The birth of Tajikistan: national identity and the origins of the Republic. Volume 1 of International Library of Central Asia Studies. I.B.Tauris, 2007. ISBN 1-84511-283-0, ISBN 978-1-84511-283-7