Mohammad Azam Khan

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Not to be confused with Muhammad Azam Khan.
Mohammad Azam Khan (King Mohammad III)
Emir of Afghanistan
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Sketch work of Mohammad Azam Khan
Emir of Afghanistan
Reign 7 October 1867– 21 February 1868
Predecessor Mohammad Afzal Khan
Successor Sher Ali Khan
Full name
Mohammad Azam Khan
Dynasty Barakzai dynasty
Father Dost Mohammed Khan

Mohammad Azam Khan (Pashto: محمد عظم خان‎) was the Emir of Afghanistan from October 7, 1867 to February 21, 1868.[1][2] Was the second sons of Dost Mohammed Khan, Azam Khan heir power from his brother Mohammad Afzal Khan after his death on October 7, 1867.[1] Following Azam Khan's death the following year, Sher Ali Khan was reinstated as Amir of Afghanistan. He was an ethnic Pashtun and belonged to the Barakzai tribe.

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  1. ^ a b Hamid. "Afghanistan Monarchs". afghanistantourism.net. Retrieved 2011-07-13. 
  2. ^ Wahid Momand. "Leaders". Afghanland.com. Retrieved 2011-07-13. 


Regnal titles
Preceded by
Mohammad Afzal Khan
Emir of Afghanistan
7 October 1867– 21 February 1868
Succeeded by
Sher Ali Khan