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National Geographic Illustrated Time Lines of History

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Beautifully illustrated, this penetrating book offers a sweeping view of humanity from prehistory to the modern day, presented in a unique time-line format.

Sweeping but succinct, this comprehensive reference presents all of world history in a browsable format featuring more than three dozen maps, along with hundreds of photographs and illustrations. From the dawn of
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published October 22nd 2019 by National Geographic Society
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Nov 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Thank you @natgeo for the free books • Any history buffs out there? I have one more new release from National Geographic to share with you - History at a Glance!

Have you ever felt like it’s hard to get a grasp on worldwide history from books? We often only get a snippet of what happened in one country or continent, without the context of worldwide events. National Geographic has done a phenomenal job of putting together timelines across history, from prehistoric to modern times, of events on
Stephanie Ward
Nov 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
'History at a Glance' is another gorgeously illustrated reference book published by National Geographic that will have you so absorbed in the information that you'll forget you're learning important history. This book is certainly intimidating with over 400 pages of illustrations, time lines, maps, graphs, and loads of information filling each page. I don't think it's possible to sit down and actually look through and read this entire volume in one sitting. Even if you're not a big history buff, ...more
Sara Strand
Nov 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Amazing photography and images, concise and clear timelines, and packed full of information that keeps you captivated page after page. I highly recommend this for any history buff or information junkie- you'll enjoy this immensely.
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