1920-1939 | Bombing villages | Pakistan | RAF crimes

14 MAY

BOMBING OF FRIENDLY VILLAGERS DESCRIBED AS AN ‘ERROR OF LITTLE CONSEQUENCE’ [ 14 May 1930 ] The British suspected that several villages in North Waziristan on India’s remote North West Frontier (near today’s border of Pakistan with Afghanistan) were providing food and shelter to the lashkars. These were groups of armed rebels operating in the…