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The World : an illustrated history

Author: Geoffrey Parker
Publisher: London : Times Books : Channel Four, 1986.
Series: Channel Four book.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A companion volume to the South Carolina Educational Television Series "The world: a television history." Twenty-six chapters cover the world from the stone age to the modern age.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Parker
ISBN: 0723002762 9780723002765
OCLC Number: 14630802
Description: 480 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm.
Contents: Human origins --
Agricultural revolution --
Birth of civilization --
Age of iron --
Greece and Rome --
World religions --
End of the ancient world --
Islam --
Europe recovers --
Mongol onslaught --
Expansion of Europe --
China in transition --
China and Japan --
Ottoman empire --
Africa before the Europeans --
America before the Europeans --
Europe : state and power --
West and the wider world --
Asia --
Age of revolutions --
Making of Russia --
Makin of the USA --
Industry and empire --
End of the old order --
World in conflict --
Modern world.
Series Title: Channel Four book.
Responsibility: edited by Geoffrey Parker.

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A companion volume to the South Carolina Educational Television Series "The world: a television history." Twenty-six chapters cover the world from the stone age to the modern age.

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