The Britannica Guide to Inventions That Changed the Modern World

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Rosen Publishing Group, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2009 - History - 304 pages
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The Britannica Guide to Inventions That Changed the Modern World, is one title in a 4 book series that focuses on the transformative power of various movements, voyages, conceits, and outright brainstorms. A true journey into modernity, this set delves into the facts surrounding landmark decisions, actions, and inventions that have advanced cultures, inspired humankind and forever changed the way the world works. Supplementing the text, which is categorized for easy referencing, are an array of photographs and illustrations that provide an unforgettable visual narrative. Readers will see the world in a while new light after learning about the social movements, inventions, explorers, and theories that have created our society's substrate. A detailed table of contents allows for leisure reading by subject and also acts a quick locator for research.

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