A General History of Europe, Vol. 1: Europe Before the Eighteenth Century; Brief Course (Classic Reprint) (DOWNLOAD)
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have sometimes been in the hope of stimulating the student to carry on a little investigation of his own and to make some applic. Excerpt from A General History of Europe Vol Europe Before The Vol Europe Before the Century Brief CourseIt is obvious that in order to make room for all this new and essential material it has been impossible to include all the events which have sually Been Found In A General found in a general The task of selection is a difficult one It is fair to ask the reader who is disturbed by the omission of some familiar name or topic to con sider what portion of the present narrative he would discard in favor of the incident he has in mindIn the matter of perspective it will be noted that less than half of the history is devoted to theText Have Sometimes Been
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