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Nigerian civil war known as Nigeria-Biafra War and its untold History was a civil war in Nigeria from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970.During the two and half years of the war, there were about 1000,000 overall military casualties, while between 500,000 and 3 million Biafran ... Read more...
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- Ages 16 and up
Nine-day Queen Jane Gray, who fell out of the story. What do we know about her ?? The answer is here! Jane was a very kind queen, fair and honest. People like her deserve respect, but the girl has become a puppet in the hands of adults hungry for power. That's always so, in... Read more...
Hidden history of Dacia
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“Travel to them, not to give them laws, but to learn from them. There the fields are boundless and all lands are common.” Out of all the peoples, they are the wisest.” This is a reality & fictional book based on real events that happend in the year 141 A.D ( the year of th... Read more...
Historical Shortstories from Westphalia
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- Ages 12 and up
Pursuit of witches and wizards in Menden/Westfalian around 1628
A historically guaranteed Story about the pursuit of witches and wizard in the cure cologne town Menden in the year 1628 in particular of the two citizens Franz Hellmich, called the lame and Blasius Billi, ca... Read more...
Keywords: Westphalians, short stories, historical murder, brandy, denunciation, lay assessor, Taxion, Albus, Wasenmeister, inquisition, indications', Spanish Boots, Sankt Michael, Witfrau, Urgicht, Friedrich of Spee, murder, hexene, Vehme, feuds, war, Emperor Charles V [more]
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The League and the Charter – John Catling's new novel
Britain 1845: The Anti-Corn Law League, run by business interests guiding the industrial revolution, wants to scrap taxes on wheat imports – making bread cheaper and keeping wages low. The Charter, supported by radical... Read more...
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Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly, is an anti-slavery novel by American author Harriet Beecher Stowe. Published in 1852, the novel "helped lay the groundwork for the Civil War", according to Will Kaufman.
Stowe, a Connecticut-born teacher at the Hartford Female A... Read more...
The Making of a City
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- Ages 6 and up
Ever wonder what it takes to make a city? Here is a wonderful history of the city I was born in and how it came about. This is only the first part of the history and its people, along with how vital it is not just to this state, but the world since this is a great agricultural area.
Damn, This is Funny!
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- Ages 10 and up
Have you ever wanted to know about someone from history, mainly Western life? This is a story about an iconic figure who was a part of the wild west, but very little was known about. Most think of this man as a ruthless gunfighter, yet he was much more and very knowledgeable.
Annotated and Illustrated in Two Complete Volumes
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The Medici: Annotated and Illustrated in Two Complete Volumes by George Frederick Young.
The Secrecy, the conspirators, the Rise and Fall of the House of the Medici.
In this exquisitely written book, you get the history of thirteen generations of a family who brought We... Read more...
Keywords: Medici, Cardinal, Nemours, Francesco, Ferdinando, Ricci, History, Piero, Cosimo, Italy, Renaissance, Lorenzo, Giovanni, Giuliano, Duke, House of Medici, Art, Learning, Europe, Florence, George Frederick Young, Illustrated [more]