Schaum's Outline of Modern European History

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 22, 1990 - History - 608 pages
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User Review  - Gabriel Mintzer - Goodreads

I loved that this book so concisely summarized the important events of modern European History. I just wish that the book had been updated to discuss such contemporary topics as the European Union. Read full review

just what I was looking for.

User Review  - fasciafixr - Walmart

I looked all over the internet and at local bookstores for this book. WalMart had it, shipped it free to store, received an email that it was there and I picked it up. Perfect. And the woman at the ... Read full review


The Emergence of Modern Europe
The Italian Renaissance
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