James Weber





James Weber



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World War 2: World War II i...

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History: American History i...

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World War 1: World War I in...

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History: Human History in 5...

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Vietnam War: The Vietnam Wa...

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History: Modern History in ...

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History: Ancient History in...

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History: World History in 5...

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Economics: The 30 Minutes G...

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Biography: Adolf Hitler: Hi...

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“The famous Babylonian “Code of Hammurabi” states that tavern owners must always pour a sufficient amount of beer or face the death penalty. Trade and travel then brought beer to Egypt, where it was again associated with the work of the gods. Workers at the Giza Pyramids were given beer rations several times a day and over a hundred medicines recipes included the beverage. The Egyptians believed beer to be healthier than water and shared it with their fellow men of all ages, young and old.”
James Weber, History: Ancient History in 50 Events: From Ancient Civilizations to the Fall of the Roman Empire (History Books, History of the World, Ancient Rome)

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James Weber, History: World History in 50 Events: From the Beginning of Time to the Present (World History, History Books, Earth History)

“In 2014, however, Chinese scientists were believed to have a 75% success rates cloning pigs. In the future, the procedure might be used to preserve endangered species or even revive extinct species. First experiments with DNA from a wild mountain goat, officially declared extinct in 1999, proved successful.”
James Weber, History: The 20th Century in 50 Events: The Most Important Inventions, Conflicts, Technologies & Much More (World History, History Books, Modern History)



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