Medieval And Modern History
by Hutton Webster
Publisher: D.C. Heath & Co 1919
Number of pages: 924
This textbook, as the title indicates, covers both the Middle Ages and modern times. The entire work has been written since the outbreak of the World War I, and its probable consequences have been kept constantly in mind.
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