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History : From the Dawn of Civilization to the Present Day, Hardback Book

History : From the Dawn of Civilization to the Present Day Hardback

Hardback

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This comprehensive and compelling visual encyclopaedia tells the story of our world in true depth and detail, from the origins of life on Earth right up until the 21st century. Human endeavour and achievement is charted and celebrated from every angle, alongside key events, groundbreaking ideas, political forces, and technological advances that have shaped our planet's progress. More than 600 pages chronicle global history in the most informative, illuminating, and inspiring way.

Stunning images and illustrations bring the authoritative text to life, so each historical episode is explored and explained for easy reference and understanding.

Important points in history, from the Battle of Hastings and the storming of the Bastille to D-day and 9/11, are given clear but concise coverage, together with profiles of influential figures, such as Rameses II, Julius Caesar, and Nelson Mandela.

As each moment in history is defined and detailed, the causes and consequences are provided in supporting panels to provide a wider context and broaden our horizons.

Contemporary issues, including climate change and the rise of social media, bring us out of the past and firmly into the present. Recently updated and expanded, History is the story of humankind in which we all have a part to play.

This classic compendium is a worthy addition to any bookshelf or library for generations of readers to look back in wonder at the world.

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