From the Wright Brothers to the Treaty of Versailles

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Heinemann-Raintree Library, Aug 25, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 56 pages
The first day of January in 1900 was celebrated as the beginning of a new century but there were no satellite televisions to beam pictures around the globe of New Year's Day festivities. Words like 'television' and 'satellite' had yet to be used, there were no radios or computers in people's homes, or aircraft in the sky. Find out more in this thought provoking title.
 

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CONTENTS
4
Empires Around the World
20
Results of the War
38

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Sean Sheehan was brought up in London but every summer holiday was spent in Ireland and only glimpses from train windows on journeys from Euston to Holyhead suggested that other places existed. After adult years of travelling and living in Southeast Asia Sean now has his home in Ireland.

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