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Reading In Modern European History

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Reading In Modern European History
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Publisher: D. C. Heath And Company
ISBN/ASIN: 1406748277
Number of pages: 574

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This volume of supplementary readings for a high-school course in modern European history consists of extensive extracts from memoirs, letters, diaries, speeches, and other primary sources of information for the great events and great personalities of the last three hundred years.

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