1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women who Shaped the Millennium
Agnes Hooper Gottlieb
Kodansha International, 1998 - History - 331 pages
From George Washington to Babe Ruth, Adolf Hitler to Mother Teresa, this fascinating study profiles--and rates--the one thousand individuals, including philosophers, artists, statesmen, inventors, and explorers, who have shaped the history of the last one thousand years. Simultaneous.
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