Sardar Haji Ghulam Muhammad Khan, had further issue:
9) H.E. Sardar-i-Ala Mahmud BegTarzi. b. at Ghazni, 23rd August 1865 (s/o Sultanat), educ. India and Damascus. Exiled to India 1882, settled in Tukery 1885.Chief of the Translation Bureau 1903-1911, Editor Seraj ul-Akhbar 1911-1919, Minister for Foreign Affairs 1919-1922 and 1924-1927, Assist. Minister for War 1922, Env. Ext. and Minister Plen. at Paris 1922-1924. Went into exile in Turkey in 1929. Author of 'Seyahat-nama-e Manzum' (1902), 'Ketab-khana-e matba'a-e Enayat' (1912), 'Travel in Three Continents' (1914), etc. m. (first) Khanum Jan (d. at Damascus, 1884), a Khogyani lady. m. (second) 1892, Asma Rasmiya Khanum (b. at Damascus, 1887; d. at Istanbul, 1945, bur. there at the Eyub Cemetery), Principal of Masturat Sch. for Girls at Kabul 1921-1929, Editor Irshad un-Niswan (Guidance for Women) 1921-1925, daughter of Shaikh Muhammad Saleh al-Fattal Effendi, of Aleppo, Muizzin of the Umayyid Mosque at Damascus. He d. at Istanbul, 22nd November 1933 (bur. there at Eyub Cemetery), having had issue, twenty children:
a) 'Abdu'l Kadir Khan (s/o Khanum Jan). He d. at Damascus, 1891.
b) 'Abdu'l Wahab Khan Tarzi, CVO (13.3.1928). b. at Damascus, 24th November 1903 (s/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. Exeter Coll., Oxford (BA). Cypher Sectn. MFA 1920-1921, Dir-Gen. Protocol Branch 1925-1928, Acting Foreign Minister 1928, Prof. of Persian Literature at Istanbul Univ. 1939-1952, Deprived of his Afghan nationality in 1933 but returned to Afghanistan in 1953, Dir-Gen. of Publications and Cultural Affairs in Ministry of the Press 1953-1958, Founder-Dir. Afghan Tourist Office 1958-1973. Rcvd: Officer of the Order of the Legion of Honour of France (26.1.1928), etc. m. at Kandahar, 1929, Khadija Begum (b. at Kabul, 1914; d. at Geneva, Switzerland, 11th November 1995), daughter of H.M. Sirajul-millatwa ud-din,Amiral-Mumenin Habibu'llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan, GCB, GCMG, by his Nuristani Consort, Bulbul Begum. He d. at Geneva, Switzerland, 20th January 1994, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
i) Masud Khan Tarzi. b. 1931. He d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1943 (bur. there at the Eyub Cemetery).
c) Colonel 'Abdu'l Tawwab Khan Tarzi, CVO (13.3.1928). b. at Kabul, 17th October 1907 (s/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. Muradkhani Sch.; Lycee Michelet, and l'École speciale militaire de St Cyr, Paris; École d'Instruction de la Cavalerie et de l'Artillerie, Saumur, France, and Turkish War Coll., Istanbul. Cmsnd. as Sub-Lieut. French Cavalry. Assist. Cdt. Cavalry Sch. at Kabul 1926-1928, Cdt. Kabul Military Coll. 1928-1929. Went into exile in 1929, resided at Moscow, Marseilles, Rome and Istanbul. Deprived of his Afghan nationality in 1931. Capt. of Cavalry Turkish Army 1932, Assist. Dir. at the Turkish Cavalry Sch., and served in the Turkish Army and with Turkish Intelligence for any years. Presdt. Turkish Equestrian Fed. 1960-1962, attaché Afghan Embassy in Ankara 1962-1965. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 10th December 1931, Zakira Begum (d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1999, bur. there at the Anadolu Hisar Cemetery), youngest daughter of Captain Hafiz Faris Bey Akoglu, ION, of Damascus, Syria. He d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1991 (bur. there at the Anadolu Hisar Cemetery), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
i) Shahab Khan Tarzi [Sahap Tarzi]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 18th April 1934, educ. Istanbul Univ., Turkey. Governor Istanbul-Levant Rotary Club, Mbr. Samsun Rotary Club, etc. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 7th March 1962, Inji Begum, née Inci Eymür, a Turkish lady. He d. at Anaheim, USA, 1994, having had issue, two daughters:
(1) Yasmin Begum [Yasemin Tarzi Güven]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 15h June 1966. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 22nd March 2002, Turgut Güven. She has issue, one son.
(2) Nilufur Khanum [Nilüfur Tarzi Kurhan]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 8th August 1967. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 25th August 1991, Ergun Kurhan. She has issue, two sons:
(a) Muhammad [Mehmet] Khan Kurhan. b. 15th May 1993.
(b) 'Ali Karim Kurhan. b. 16th December 1997.
ii) 'Umar Khan Tarzi [Ömer Tarz]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 25th September 1942. A business exececutive previously employed with Schweppes and Vestel Electronics, Chair. & CEO Omta Ltd. 1995-2004. Presdt. Mahmud Tarzi International Cultural Fndn. (MTCF) since 2005. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 6th August 1970, Malika (b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 30th November 1942), née Cengiç, a Turkish lady. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
(1) Karim Tarzi. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 17th July 1975.
(1) Idil Tarzi. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 7th July 1971, educ. Marmara Univ., Istanbul, Turkey, St Martins Sch. of Art, London (BA 1991), and Domus Acd., Milan, Italy (MA 1994). CEO Omta Ltd. since 2004. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 3rd September 2001, Bekir Gençoguz (b. 23rd April 1966). She has issue, one deaughter.
i) H.R.H. Princess Leila Begum [Princess Leylâ d’Afghanistan]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 6th March 1932, educ. Istanbul Univ, Turkey. Founder Mbr Mahmud Tarzi Cultural Fndn (MTCF). Mbr Turkish-Switzerland Assoc. m. 27th July 1958, H.R.H Prince Ihsanu’llah Khan (b. at Kabul, 3rd October 1926), fifth son of H.M. Amiral-Mumenin, Amanu’llah Shah Ghazi, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan, by his second wife, H.M. Queen Soraya Shahzada Khanum, GBE, younger daughter of H.E. Sardar-i-Ala Mahmud BegTarzi. She d. at Geneva, Switzerland, 19th June 2013 (bur. there), having had issue, two sons - see Afghanistan (Barakzai).
d) Sardar 'Abdu'l Fattah Khan Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 1909 (s/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. Habibia Sch., Kabul, and Birmingham Police Institute. Cdt. Kabul Police Coll. 1928-1929, Private Sec. to King Amanu'llah in Rome 1934-1937. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 23rd July 1936, Pakiza Begum [Dr Pakize Izzet Tarzi] (b. at Aleppo, Syria, 1912; d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 17th October 2004), educ. Istanbul Univ. (MD), a famous gynaecologist who established the first private maternity hospital in Turkey in 1949, the first woman to swim across the Bosphorus, author of "Anilarlar" (Memoirs) (1992), daughter of Izzet Saltik, a Turkish national. He d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1979, having had issue, one son and two daughters:
i) Mahmud Khan Tarzi [Mahmut Tarzi]. b. at Nisantasi, Turkey, 1943, educ. Middle East Univ., Ankara, Turkey (BCL). Civil Engineer. m. 1979, Ferda Tarzi, Mbr. Society of Turkish Friends of Çatalhöyük. He has issue, three sons:
(1) Mahmud Khan Tarzi. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1980.
(2) Muhammad Khan Tarzi. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1984.
(3) Mustafa Khan Tarzi. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1985.
ii) Fatima Begum [Fatma Sunguroglu]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1938. m. (div.) Professor Mustafa Imer Sunguroglu (b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1st January 1934), architect and academic, son of Ishak Sunguroglu, author and folklore researcher, by his wife, Aisha Saniya. She had issue, one son:
ii) Zainab Khanum Tarzi [Princess Zeynep Hanim Ertugrul Osman]. b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 16th December 1940, educ. American Coll. for Girls (Robert Coll.), Bebek, Istanbul, and the London Sch. of Economics (LSE), London, UK. m. (first) Dr Azim Khan Etemadi. m. (second) at New York, USA, 27th September 1991, as his second wife, H.I.H. Prince (Sultan) Ertogrul Osman Effendi, Head of the Imperial House of Osman (b. at Nishantashi, Pera, Turkey, 18th August 1912), younger son of Captain H.I.H. Prince (Sultan) Muhammad Burhan ud-din Effendi, ION, by his second wife, Aliya Malik Nazliyar KhanumEffendi alias "Yalcin", daughter Husain Bey - see Turkey.
e) 'Abdu'l Karim Khan. He d. young.
f) Khalil ur-Rahman. He d. young.
g) 'Abdu'l Aziz Khan Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 1911 (twin with his sister Aziza) (s/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. Habibiya Sch., Kabul; Lyceé Janson de Sailly, Paris; Lyceé Chateabrilliant, Rome; and École des Beaux Arts, Istanbul. Employed with Afghan Ministry of Tourism 1954-1978. Artist. m. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1953, Najla Begum (b. at Istanbul, Turkey, 1925), a Turkish lady, teacher at the Turkish Community Sch. in Kabul until 1978. He d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 23rd May 2003, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
i) Khalilu'llah Khan Tarzi [Halil Tarzi]. b. at Kabul, educ. Istiqlal High Sch., Kabul, the Middle East Technical Univ. (ODTÜ), Ankara, and Agean Univ., Izmir, Turkey. Engineer, employed with Mobil-Exxon in Turkey and the Middle East. m. Mahmura Begum. He has issue, one son:
i) Muazziz Begum [Mrs Muazzez Tarzi Atesdagli]. b. at Kabul, 31st July 1957, educ. American Intnl. Sch., Kabul, Bosphorus Univ., Bebek, Istanbul, Turkey (BA). Lecturer and tutor in English at Bosphurus Yeditepe Univs. in Isatnbul. m. 1984, Atif Atesdagli. She has issue, one daughter.
h) ‘Abdu’l Kadir Khan Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 24th January 1912 (s/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. Habibiya Sch., Kabul; Lyceé Janson de Sailly, Paris, Framce, St Joseph’s Coll and Istanbul Univ (MA 1950), Istanbul, Turkey. Served in the Afghan Economic Ministry 1951-1953, UNDP Admin Officer in Kabul 1953-1965, and in Pendik (Turkey) 1965-1967, FAQ Admin. Officer Algiers 1967-1973, and UNDP Admin Officer Kuala Lumpur 1973-1975. m. at London, 12th August 1968, Martha Josefina Piñeiro (b. at Buenos Aires, Argentina, 18th April 1937), daughter of Alejandro Piñeiro Lavayen, sometime government official in Argentina, by his wife, Otilia Josefina Carné Bracons. He d. at Fuengirola, Spain, 6th October 2004, having had issue, two sons:
i) Karim Ahmad Tarzi. b. at Algiers, 27th December 1971, educ. Inst Europeo di Design Madrid with Ferris State Univ, and the IESE Business Sch (PGD 2010), Madrid, Spain. m. Lena Perepelova, educ. GV Plekhanov Univ of Economics and HEAO-Arnhem (B.Econ. 1997), Netherlands, and IESE Business Sch, Univ of Navarra (MBA 2006), Spain, Export Manager at Royal Grolsch NV 1997-2005, Assoc at Booz Allen Hamilton 2006, Global Account Mngr-OneCarbon 2007-2009, Business Developer Mngr at Rhodia Energy for South East Asia 2009-2011 and Spain since 2011. He has issue, one daughter:
ii) Omar Mahmud Tarzi. b. at Algiers, 20th April 1973, educ. Western Michigan Univ., Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA (BSc. 1995), and Escuela de administración de Empresas de Barcelona, Spain (MBA 2005). Junior geologist with Exploro Minerals Corp. Chile 1997, Hydrogeologist with HydroSearch Inc. in Chile 1997-1998, Consultant Hydrogeologist with URS Dames & Moore Spain 1998-1999, Specialist in system implementation with GE Energy Spain for Mexico, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands & Spain 2000-2003, Web Application Lead Specialist for GEC Power suite in Sapin 2003-2005, and Edificio Ávila-Llull in Barcelona 2005, now running a technical translations and communications company GeoTranslations.
b) H.R.H. Princess Khairiya KhanumEffendi. b. at Damascus, Syria, 30th December 1893 (d/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. privately. Sometime Sec. to her father. m. at Qawm-i-Bagh Palace, Kabul, October 1909, as his second wife, H.M. Sirajul-Millatwa-ud-din,Amiral-Mumenin 'Inayatu'llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan (b. Kabul, 20th October 1888; d. from Herat failure at Tehran,12th August 1946, bur. Habibu'llah Shah Mausoleum, Jalalabad, 1963), eldest son of H.M. Sirajul-millatwa ud-din,Amiral-Mumenin Habibu'llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan, GCB, GCMG. She d. at Kabul, 1980, having had issue - see Afghanistan (Barakzai).
c) H.H. Princess Bibi Khurd, Huraya Begum, DBE (c 13.3.1928). b. at Damascus, 1895 (d/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. privately. m. (first) 1912 (div.) Major-General 'Abdu'r Rauf Khan Tarzi (b. 1891), elder son of her uncle, Naib Habibu'llah Beg Tarzi - see above. m. (second) at Istanbul, July 1934, as his third wife, H.E. Sardar-i-Ala Ghulam Siddiq Khan Charkhi (b. 1894; d. 1962), Env. Extr. & Min. Plen. to Germany 1922-1926 and 1931-1932, 1st Private Sec. and Minister of the Royal Court 1927-1928, Minister for Foreign Affairs 1928-1929, Ambassador to the USSR 1929-1930, youngest son of General H.E. Wazir Ghulam Haidar Khan Charkhi, sometime C-in-C of the Army. She had issue.
d) H.M. Queen Soraya Shahzada Khanum, GBE (c 13.3.1928). b. at Damascus, Syria, 24th November 1897 (d/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. privately. m. at Qawm-i-Bagh Palace, Kabul, as his second wife, H.M. Amiral-Mumenin, Amanu'llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan (b. 1st June 1892; d. at Zurich, Switzerland, 25th April 1960), third son of H.M. Sirajul-millatwa ud-din,Amiral-Mumenin Habibu'llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan, GCB, GCMG, by his wife, H.M. Queen Sarwar Sultana Begum, Sirajul-Khwatin, the AliyaHazrat, eldest daughter of Sher Dill Khan. She d. at Rome, Italy, 21st April 1968 (bur. Habibu'llah Shah Mausoleum, Jalalabad), having had issue three sons and five daughters - see Afghanistan (Barakzai).
f) Aziza Begum. b. at Kabul, 1911 (twin with her brother 'Abdu'l Aziz) (d/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. privately. m. H.E. Sayyid Muhammad Qasim Khan (b. 1900; d. May 1960), Consul-General in India 1928-1930, and Env. Extr. & Min. Plen. at Rome 1930, Head of the English Dept. for Turkish Radio Television (TRT), son of Sayyid Ahmad Shah Agha, by his wife, Faruq Begum, daughter of Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan. She d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 25th November 1982, having had issue, two sons.
g) Amina Khanum [H.R.H. Princess Amina ‘Ubaidu’llah Khan]. b. at Kabul, 17th April 1915 (d/o Asma Rasmiya), educ. privately. m. (first) (div.) Majid Bey, a Turkish national. m. (second) at Rome, Italy, 10th April 1948, H.R.H Sardar ‘Ubaidu’llah Khan, Shah Agha (b. 18th November 1915; d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 14th December 1998), son of H.M. Sirajul-millatwa ud-din,Amiral-Mumenin Habibu’llah Shah, Sarkar-i-Wala, King of Afghanistan, GCB, GCMG, by his wife, Queen Sarwar Sultana. She d. at Istanbul, Turkey, 2nd May 2012, having had issue, two sons - see Afghanistan (Barakzai).
10) 'Abdu'l Khaliq Khan. b. at Kandahar, 1841(s/o Narinj), educ. privately. Went into exile with his father but returned during the reign of Shah Habibu'llah. Editor of Siraj ul-Akhbar-i-Afghania, and Dir. of the Inayat printing house. A distinguished poet under the nom de plume of Faizi. m. a lady from Kabul. He d. at Char Dehei, Kabul, 1930 (bur. there on the banks of the Chamcha Mast), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
a) Muhammad Husain Khan Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 1897, educ. at the Sch. of Governors, Kabul. District Governor of Lugar 1917-1921, Panjshir 1923-1924 & 1927-1930, and of Shindand 1924-1927, served within the MOFA 1930-1932, Afghan Translator to the Abad Company 1932-1935, served in the Heart Municipal offices 1942-1946, District Governor of Daikundi 1947-1949, Lalwa 1949-1950, Adraskan 1950-1954, and Karukh 1954-1956. m. Aziza Begum [Bibi Agha] (b. at Kabul, 1897; at Herat, December 1957, bur. there in he Shahzadaha tomb), daughter of H.E. Sardar'Abdu'l Habib Khan, sometime Minister for Education, by his first wife, a lady from the Nurzai tribe. He d. at Herat, September 1957 (bur. there in the Shahzadaha tomb), having had issue, six sons and three daughters:
i) Muhammad Usman Khan Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 1921. He d. at Herat, 1969.
v) Siddiq Rahpoe Tarzi. b. at Kabul, 5th March 1942, educ. Ali Muafaq, Herat; Military Sch., Kabul;, Sultan Ghias ud-din Ghuri Sch., Herat; Abu'l Nasr Farabi High Sch., Maimuna; Bakhtar High Sch., Mazar-i-Sharaf; and Faculty of Law & Political Science, Kabul Univ. Teacher at the Mirwais & Jawzjan Abo Obaid Zawzjani High Schs. in Kandahar and the Mahmud Tarzi & Sports High Schs. in Kabul 1967-1973, columnist with Zhuwandun official weekly 1973-1974, and Anis newspaper 1973-1978, journalist & translator Ariana 1979-1980, Presdt. & Editor-in-Chief Haqitat e Enqlab e Saur 1980-1982 & Dehqan 1982-1983, Dep. Editor-in-Chief Haqitat e Enqelab e Saur 1982, Ambassador to Bulgaria 1983-1986, Dir. 2nd Dept. MOFA Kabul 1986-1987, Editor-in-Chief Kabul Times 1987-1988, and Rowshani quarterly since 1999. Vice-Presdt. International Depts. of the Central Cttees. of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) 1988-1990, & the Watan (Homeland) Party 1990-1992, political refugee in Germany 1992-1994. Presdt. Enlighteners Assoc. of Afghanistan 1995, CEO Afghan Business Cncl. of Dubai since 2005. Became a German citizen 2nd November 2004. Trustee Mahmud Tarzi Cultural Fndn. since 2004. Mbr. Writers, Journalists, & Jurists unions of Afghanistan; German-Iranian Cultural Centre (Dusseldorf) since 2003, etc. Author of "Sayyed Jaml o ddin Afghani and the Afghanistan Press 1838-97" (1976), "Prisons of War of Chile" (1982), "Che Guevara a biography" (1990), etc. m. at Kabul, 10th May 1973, Najwa Khanum [Najwa Rahpoe-Tarzi].(b. at Kabul, 27th July 1952), daughter of his paternal grand uncle, 'Abdu'llah Khan Tarzi, by his wife, Wagieha Begum. He had issue, two sons and one daughter: