Causes and Consequences of World War II
Readers can delve into 7 events that defined the 20th century. Each volume probes the beginning of major world events, identifies contributing factors for their occurrence, and examines their global impact. Eyewitness accounts and quotes from speeches and documents deliver fascinating first hand information.
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