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  • vicinity of the Khyber Pass, and migrate to Tirah in the summer months. The Adam Khel (5900 fighting men) live round the Kohat Pass, and are more settled
    251 bytes (1,188 words) - 13:17, 10 January 2015
  • those who advanced to the rescue of General Nott after the massacre at Khyber Pass; and was in charge of his regiment also at Hykulzie, Candahar, Ghuznee
    501 bytes (443 words) - 22:22, 15 November 2013
  • (11th ed.), 1911 “Kabul,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Khyber Pass,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Mohmand,” in Encyclopædia
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  • the occupation of Afghanistan. After the massacre of our troops at the Khyber pass, the 41st joined Gen. England, and advanced to the rescue of Gen. Nott
    458 bytes (406 words) - 19:12, 5 April 2011
  • district, North-West Frontier Province, situated at the mouth of the Khyber Pass, 10½ m. W. of Peshawar city, with which it is connected by a branch railway
    238 bytes (150 words) - 19:15, 29 March 2016
  • commanded the Artillery under Pollock in Afganistan, 1842; forced the Khyber Pass, at Tezin and Kabul; in the Gwalior campaign, at Maharajpur, 1843; in
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  • received a subsidy from the Indian government for the safeguarding of the Khyber Pass, in addition to which the government had maintained for this purpose
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  • the Indus is here crossed by the military and trade route through the Khyber Pass into Afghanistan. Alexander the Great, Tamerlane and Nadir Shah are believed
    263 bytes (281 words) - 10:28, 1 December 2015
  • Key, Francis Scott Key West, Fla. Khartum Khedive, The Khiva Khorsabad Khyber Pass Kiauchau Kickapoo Indians Kidd, Capt. William Kiel Kiev Kilauea Kilimanjaro
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  • three days later. He pursued their Afghan allies to the entrance of the Khyber Pass. Gilbert, who had been made K.C.B. in 1846, was appointed G.C.B. and
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  • treacherous massacre by which the retreating army was destroyed in the Khyber Pass [see Brydon, William]. But he was kept prisoner at Kábul until Sir George
    347 bytes (701 words) - 07:48, 14 February 2013
  • the battle of Goojerat and pursuit of the enemy to the mouth of the Khyber Pass (medal and two clasps). He landed at Calcutta from England on 14 May
    367 bytes (454 words) - 19:27, 21 December 2012
  • Goojerat (March 1849) he went in pursuit of the enemy as far as the Khyber Pass, in command of his regiment and a troop of Bengal horse artillery. For
    382 bytes (373 words) - 20:12, 17 November 2012
  • Kholm Khonds Khorasan Khorremabad Khorsabad Khotan Khotin Khulna Khunsar Khurja Khyber Pass Kiakhta Kiang-Si Kiang-Su Kiaochow Bay Kickapoo Kidd, John
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  • British military stations of Northern India, Peshawur at the mouth of the Khyber Pass, Nowshera and Rawalpindi, the latter place being the army headquarters
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  • and the Piombi, by J. S. Blackie, Macmillan's Magazine Miscellany. The Khyber Pass and the Afreedee Afghans, Sunday at Home Contents. Dieppe, Church
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  • RobertEdward Irving Carlyle1901 WARBURTON, Sir ROBERT (1842–1899), warden of the Khyber, born in a Ghilzai fort between Jagdallak and Gandamak on 11 July 1842
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  • threatening, bullying, and bribing.’ In the three days' fighting at the Khyber Pass, July 1839, on the road to Cabul, Lord acted as aide-de-camp to Colonel
    331 bytes (774 words) - 08:10, 3 February 2013
  • His regiment was one of those which, under Sir Claud Wade, forced the Khyber Pass, and co-operated with Sir John Keane's army from Bombay in the storming
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  • Sikh chieftain; in 1839 he accompanied Colonel Wade when he forced the Khyber Pass, and he was promoted first lieutenant on 20 May in that year; in 1840
    392 bytes (1,103 words) - 10:37, 28 January 2014

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