Kiel

Kiel, on the Baltic, 60 m. N. of Hamburg, is the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, a German naval station and important seaport, with shipments of coal, flour, and dairy produce; has shipbuilding and brewing industries, a university and library, and is the eastern terminus of the Baltic Ship Canal, opened 1895.

Population (circa 1900) given as 69,000.

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

Kieff * Kiepert, Heinrich
Kherson
Khingans, The
Khiva
Khorassan
Khyber Pass
Kiakhta
Kiao-chau
Kidd, William
Kidderminster
Kieff
Kiel
Kiepert, Heinrich
Kierkegaard, Sören Aaby
Kieselghur
Kilda, St.
Kildare
Kilian, St.
Kilima-Njaro
Kilkenny
Killarney
Killarney, The Lakes of

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Boecler, John Henry
Colomna, Fabio
Cramer, John Andrew
Diecman, John
Fabricius, John Albert
Francke, Augustus Herman
Gudin, De La Brenellerie, Paul Philip
Hasenmuller, Daniel
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