Khyber Pass

Khyber Pass, a narrow defile 33 m. long, in one place only 10 ft. wide, through not lofty but precipitous mountains; lies to the NW. of Peshawur, and is the chief route between the Punjab and Afghanistan; was the scene of a British catastrophe in the war of 1839-42, but has been repeatedly forced since, and since 1879 has been under British control.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Khorassan * Kiakhta
Khan
Khandesh
Kharkoff
Khartoum
Khatmandu
Khedive
Kherson
Khingans, The
Khiva
Khorassan
Khyber Pass
Kiakhta
Kiao-chau
Kidd, William
Kidderminster
Kieff
Kiel
Kiepert, Heinrich
Kierkegaard, Sören Aaby
Kieselghur
Kilda, St.