Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date
by Irwin L. Gordon
Number of pages: 74
Who Was Who by Irwin L. Gordon contains over 500 biographies of those who did or endeavored to become famous. This is a wry and quirky humorous dictionary of personages in history whether of biblical, religious, and/or secular bent.
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