|Title||The Khyber Pass: A History of Empire and Invasion||Height||12 mm|
|Author||Paddy Docherty||Width||1 mm|
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The Khyber Pass: A History of Empire and Invasion
Author: Paddy Docherty
30 miles long, and in places no more than 16 metres wide, the Khyber Pass is the principal route through the great mountain borderlands between India and Central Asia - and the path of invasion for generations of conquerors. In this book, Paddy Docherty charts its remarkable story. UK paperback , 261 pages Published May 1st 2008 by Not Avail (first published May 3rd 2007)