By William H. McNeill, Jerry Bentley, David Christian
The ''Berkshire Encyclopedia of global History'' is the 1st real encyclopedic reference on global background. it truly is designed to fulfill the desires of scholars, lecturers, and students who search to discover and comprehend the landscape of our shared human heritage. The encyclopedia takes a dynamic international historical past point of view, displaying connections, interactions, and chage through the years and position. significant articles by way of best students from all over the world study crucial topics and styles similar to paintings, disorder, govt, faith, technological know-how, and conflict and Peace, with countless numbers of articles on techniques, activities, locations, occasions, and folks. scholars and academics on the highschool and school degrees flip to this definitive paintings for a hooked up view of global history--the tale of people and their position within the universe.
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Berkshire Encyclopedia Of World History by William H. McNeill, Jerry Bentley, David Christian