Let's Review Global History and Geography
Barron's Educational Series, 2006 - History - 694 pages
Updated to encompass significant world events and reflect the latest New York State Regents Exams, this book emphasizes the basics of world geography, the social sciences, and their relationship to the growth and development of civilizations. All titles in the Let's Review series are designed to prepare high school students for the New York State Regents Exams, but also make fine textbook supplements for use in high schools everywhere. In addition to its comprehensive subject review, this title features the latest Regents Exams with answers.
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EXPANDING ZONES OF EXCHANGE
Continuity and Change Established Structures
ERAV AN AGE OF REVOLUTIONS 17501918
A HALFCENTURY OF CRISIS
The United Nations
Eastern Europe the Cold War and
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