The Story of Mankind
by Hendrik van Loon
Publisher: Boni and Liveright 1922
Number of pages: 400
This genuinely enjoyable charmer, for history buffs and the historically challenged alike, covers human history from prehistoric times, when our earliest ancestors were learning to communicate with grunts, right through to the issues of the latter 20th century.
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Read everything that happened from ancient times to present day via easy to browse historical timelines. From the table of contents: Ancient history; Middle Ages; Early Modern history; Modern history; 20th Century history+.
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