An Introduction to the History of Western Europe
by James Harvey Robinson
Publisher: Ginn & company 1902
Number of pages: 736
The excellence of Robinson's 'History of Western Europe' has been attested by the immediate and widespread adoption of the book in many of the best schools and colleges of the country. It is an epoch-making text-book on the subject, in that it solves in an entirely satisfactory manner the problem of proportion.
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