1990s

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Evans Brothers, 2003 - History, Modern - 48 pages
While the ending of the Cold War removed the nuclear threat, horrific civil conflict in Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Afghanistan bought death and misery to millions. The West's prosperity continued to grow whilst economies crashed in East Asia, and in the decade that saw information technology connecting people globally as never before, governments were unable to agree on how to act together to protect the environment. The 1990s were a decade of vivid contrasts. This title uses headlining events and people to explore international and national current affairs taking in such diverse aspects of life as war, politics, sport and fashion, chronologically describing the memorable events of this decade in clear and concise language.
 

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Nelson Mandela walks free from captivity Namibia 810
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The European Union is established Bosnia 14
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The Church of England admits women 2225
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Stewart Ross is a prize-winning author of books for children, and has written two novels, several plays, two librettos, and several widely acclaimed historical works. His books have been translated into about a dozen languages. After several years teaching at various institutions Stewart has become one of Britain's most prolific and popular authors. He has published over 175 titles for adults and children. Ross is also a frequent, popular speaker to student and adult audiences. His book, The Story of Scotland has won two literary awards.

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