Encyclopedia of World Events: Eighty turning points in history
Robert Ingpen and Philip Wilkinson explore eighty of the great events of world history. These range from decisive battles to the foundation of religions, from crucial inventions to political pronouncements. For all their diversity they have one thing in common - the have changed the history of the world. Some come from the distant past, such as the death of Julius Ceasar or the formation of the First Chinese Empire. Others, like the dropping of the atom bomb or the demolition of the Berlin Wall, are closer to us both in time and impact. But all have their tales to tell - tales which have a unique bearing on human history.
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