Khyber, British India's North West Frontier: The Story of an Imperial Migraine
The Author Takes The Rader With Him From The First Tentative Approach By The British, Their Embroilment With Pathans And Afridis. Upto The Present When Kabul And Peshwar Seem To Entice The Adventurous Tourists.
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