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A fascinating journey through 40 of the most significant events in recorded history, with "headlines" from "Athen and Sparta: 'It's War'" to "After 27 Years Mandela Walks Free" From the suicide of Cleopatra ending 4,000 years of Egyptian pharaoh rule to Marco Polo’s wondrous journey along the silk road to the court of Kublai Khan, from the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia depositing a motley crew of convict colonizers to the bloodbath at Stalingrad during World War II which resulted in a staggering 1.5 million casualties history's rich story is told here with an original, engaging approach. This enthralling overview of significant events brings together some of the biggest, most captivating "lead stories" the world has ever seen. Short, easily digestible chapters make this an ideal way to catch up on famous historical events, and illustrations and period photography enhance each story. This look at headlines that shook the world is the perfect gift for amateur history buffs, students, and anyone else seeking to understand the world we live in today.
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James Inglis is an editor and writer and the author of Fighting Talk. Barry Stone is a writer and travel photographer whose photographs have been widely exhibited. He has been a long-time contributor of feature stories and travel pieces to some of Australia's largest daily newspapers.
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Book Description Murdoch Books, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1741964539
Book Description Pier 9, Murdoch Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: BRAND NEW. Recorded history is rich with events that have shaken the world and swayed the course of human advancement, and while many of them pre-date the modern newspaper they all were headlines that changed the world. From the suicide of Cleopatra and the end of the Egyptian dynasty, to the Black Death sweeping across Europe, the eruption of Krakatoa, the carnage at Stalingrad and the resignation of Richard Nixon after the Watergate scandal, history's rich stories are there to be told. History's Greatest Headlines takes readers on an entertaining journey through forty of the most significant events in our collective story. Short, easily digestible chapters make this an ideal way to catch up on famous historical events, and illustrations and period photography enhance each story. History's Greatest Headlines is the perfect gift for amateur history buffs, students and anyone else seeking to understand the world we live in today. Key points: the ultimate popular history book; readers will delight in the captivating stories while gaining a solid understanding of world history; 80 illustrations, including maps and period photographs add a strong visual element 336 pages. 23.8 x 19 x 2.8 cm. Seller Inventory # 9260
Book Description Murdoch, 2010. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 336 pages. 9.25x7.75x1.00 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1741964539
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