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  • Author:
    Gul Hassan Khan
  • ISBN:
    0195774450
  • ISBN13:
    978-0195774450
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  • Publisher:
    OUP Pakistan (July 1994)
  • Pages:
    452 pages
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Gul Hassan Khan (Urdu: گل حسن خان‎) (1921; b. 1921-10 October 1999), was a former lieutenant-general and the last Commander-in-Chief of Pakistan Army, serving under President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto from 20 December 1971 until 3 March 1972.

Gul Hassan Khan (Urdu: گل حسن خان‎) (1921; b. He was succeeded by Tikka Khan who was promoted as four-star rank and designated as the Chief of Army Staff. Gul Hassan Khan was born in Quetta, Balochistan, British India into a middle class Pashtun family in 1921.

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General Gul Hassan Khan died in 1999 and was buried in Pabbi in Nowshera District (Main town of Chearat Cant . He wrote a book Memoirs of Lt. Gul Hassan Khan. Remembering Gen Gul Hassan".

General Gul Hassan Khan died in 1999 and was buried in Pabbi in Nowshera District (Main town of Chearat Cant, Chowki Mumriaz, Taroo Jaba, Akber Pura). In the last few years of his life he was dividing his time between Vienna, Austria and Rawalpindi, Pakistan. General Sahabzada Yaqub Khan. Retrieved 13 November 2011. Article about General Gul Hassan.

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General Gul Hassan Khan was the Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan

General Gul Hassan Khan was the Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan. General Gul Hassan Khan was the Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan. Lieutenant General Gul Hassan, a Sunni Pashtun born in Quetta, was educated at La Martiniere College in Lucknow and the Royal Indian Military College (now the Rashtriya Indian Military College), Dehradun, India. In 1933 he was commissioned in the Indian Army. After independence, he served the Pakistan Army for 25 years.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In his candid autobiography Lieutenant-General Gul Hassan Khan recounts his experiences as ADC to the Quaid-i-Azam which gave him an insight into the character of the founder of Pakistan. This enabled him to assess. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Find this book on AbeBooks.

General Gul Hassan Khan died in 1999 and was buried in Pabbi in Nowshera District (Main town of Chirrat Cant, Chowki Mumriaz, Taroo Jaba, Akber . Gul Hassan Khan, Memoirs of L. en. Gul Hassan Khan, OUP Pakistan (1994).

General Gul Hassan Khan died in 1999 and was buried in Pabbi in Nowshera District (Main town of Chirrat Cant, Chowki Mumriaz, Taroo Jaba, Akber Pura). He has one son, Sher Hassan Khan, who resides in Vienna with his mother.