You Won T Find Dusty Topics And Long Dead Heroes And Villains In The National Geographic History Book Turn The Pages And You Ll Find Documents, Letters, Journals, Telegrams, Posters, And Artworks That You Can Literally Pull Out And Examine See For Yourself, With The Primary Source Materials That History Buffs Love, What Really Happened And Who Really Did It Pull Out Shakespeare S Will And See How He Changed His Mind About Who Got What Examining A Facsimile Of The Zouche Nuttall Codex Gives You A Sense Of The Turmoil Of Pre Columbian Mexico Take A Look At A Steamy Love Letter Written By Napoleon To His Wife Josephine Marvel At The Beauty Of A Wall Fresco From First Century Pompeii Read Pages From The Gutenberg Bible, The World S First Printed Book Examine A Wanted Poster For Abraham Lincoln S Assassinand Through The Pages Of This Book, You Will Explore The Forces That Shaped Our World, From The Roman Empire And The Black Death To Hollywood And The World Wide Web Mozart And Picasso Genghis Khan And Gandhi Hitler, Elvis, And Martin Luther King, Jr Not An Encyclopedia Or A Comprehensive Survey, The National Geographic History Book Is A Storyboard Of Major Characters, Key Plot Point And Crucial Details In The Moving Picture Of Human History It Is A Portal Through Time, A Collector S Showcase Of Historical Treasures And Oddities, And A Scrapbook Of The Human Family Really a fascinating book telling the story of human by event or person I learned a great deal about events that I didn t even know they existed and events that I knew but did not understand.
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- National Geographic History Book
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- 04 July 2017 Marcus Cowper