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This series covers key leaders in history and explores their lives and achievements. Each book examines the person's early years, studies and interests, professional life, low points and their legacy. An underlying theme throughout the series is whether an individual can change the course of history. Each book contains: - feature panels detailing the lives of colleagues, rivals and others, sources, quotes and eyewitness accounts - further reading and websites - a timeline and maps - glossary and index
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