This is the story of a man who devoted his whole life to the betterment, advancement, and upliftment of the Pakhtun people, culture, and society. He spent more than half of his life in jails. He united the Pukhtuns to fight against the British, something that for a long time, nobody has been able to do. Among his people he is known as Fakhr-e-Afghan (Pride of the Afghans), Bacha Khan (The King Of Kings)(in Hindi and Urdu written as Badshah Khan), and simply Baba (Grandfather). To the outside world he is known as Frontier Gandhi, and Fakhr-e-Hind (Pride of India, as Nehru called him). His son Rahbar-e-Afghan Khan Abdul Wali Khan (Supreme Leader of the Afghans) has continued in his father's footsteps. While Baba Struggled to get the British out of India, his son is fighting for the rights of the opperessed people of Pakhtunkhwa, (land of Pakhtuns). This book is very insperational. In this day and age of violence and brutality, this book can do a lot of good. People can le! arn a lot from the non-violent struggle of Baba and his Khudai Khidmatgars (The Servents of God)(Mistakenly known as Red Shirts). Baba was a Valiant and Honorable son of the Pakhtun Nation. (to clear up some confusion, the words Afghan and Pakhtun mean the same thing.) Bacha Khan: Our great leader, passed away in 1988, and is barried in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. He refused to be barried in Pakistan, because it was a slave nation.