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Robert Freeman teaches the Modern European History AP course at Los Altos High School in Los Altos, California. His classes are among the highest performing in the nation on the annual College Board Advanced Placement Examination in Modern European History.

He is formerly Vice President of International Marketing at Sybase and the founder of the national non-profit, One Dollar For Life. He holds a B.S. Degree in Economics from Santa Clara University and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

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" In a very succinct 58 pages Robert Freeman has produced an extremely complete and readable overview of the beginning, middle and end of one of the longest, and potentially most disastrous, struggles in human history. The book is THE COLD WAR, the..." Read more of this review »
World War I by Robert  Freeman
"What an amazing little book. Mr. Freeman managed to fit the essentials of what lead to and the direct results of WW1. To understand why and what the consequences were this book explains it. Great for a flight or if a younger reader is just trying..." Read more of this review »
The Vietnam War by Robert  Freeman
"Compelling! Robert Freeman writes in a succinct style with dates, names, places, dynamics. The statistics, the "dispassionate" factual statements made this a compelling read for me. I deeply appreciated his logical format, the time line, the compa..." Read more of this review »
World War I by Robert  Freeman
" Author Robert Freeman has done it again and, if the two books I have read in his series of BEST ONE-HOUR HISTORY BOOKS are any indication, he will continue to more than satisfy his readers. These thin history volumes are designed to scrape away a..." Read more of this review »
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“Against the U.S. strategy of attrition, the North Vietnamese pursued a strategy of “enervation” or protracted war. This meant tiring the enemy of his will to fight.”
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