The Guinness Book of Records 1993
With over 63 million copies sold worldwide, The Guinness Book of World Records is the top-selling copyright book in publishing history. The best and the worst, the most beautiful and most grotesque, the most memorable, the longest, shortest, highest . . . the most extraordinary achievements ever known are all here--in the newly revised, updated 1993 edition of the #1 record book of all time. Illustrations.
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