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 Kingsley, Charles
  - and Newman
 King's Lynn
 King's Men - and Shakespeare
  - previously Chamberlain's Men
 king's (or queen's) shilling
 King Solomon's Mines (Haggard)
 King's pattern (and queen's)
 King's Road (London)
 King's Schools (in Britain)
 King's Speech - in parliament
 Kingston Brooch
 Kingston Lacy, Dorset
 Kingston upon Thames
  - and Muybridge
 King's Troop (Royal Artillery)
 King Tom - in Sierra Leone
 Kingu - in Mesopotamian creation story
 Kingussie - and shinty in 1893
 Kinnock, Neil - and Militant Tendency
 Kipchak Turks - and Kiev
  - and Baybars
  - and the Kumans in Hungary
 Kipling, Rudyard
  - 'East is East, and West is West'
 Kipps (H.G. Wells)
 Kiribati - and Britain
 Kirk, John - consul in Zanzibar
 Kirk o'Field - and Henry Darnley
 Kirkstall Abbey - Leeds
 Kirov, Sergei - assassinated in 1934
 Kirtland, Ohio - and the Mormons
 Kish - conquered by Sargon
 Kishinev - massacre of Jews in 1941
 Kisimul - and Castlebay
 Kitab al jabr w'al-muqabala - al-Khwarizmi
 Kit-Cat Club
 Kitchener, Herbert - victory at Omdurman
  - in the Boer War
  - brief biography
 Kit Kat (confectionery)
 Kivu - Tutsi rebels against Mobutu
  - Tutsi rebels against Kabila
 Klaus, Brother - Convention of Stans
 kleindeutsch - pattern for German unity
 Kleist, E.G. von - and the Leyden jar
 Kleomenes - king of Sparta
 Klinger, Friedrich - and Sturm und Drang
 Kliszow - battle in 1702
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