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Unsolved Mysteries of History by Paul Aron

Unsolved Mysteries of History (edition 2000)

by Paul Aron

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Title:Unsolved Mysteries of History
Authors:Paul Aron
Info:Barnes & Noble (2000), Edition: 1ST, Hardcover, 225 pages

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Unsolved Mysteries of History: An Eye-Opening Investigation into the Most Baffling Events of All Time by Paul Aron



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In Josephine Tey's classic mystery story The Daughter of Time, Scotland Yard's Alan Grant is laid up in the hospital after falling through a trapdoor. (Preface)
On an August day in 1856, in the Neandertal Valley in northwestern Germany, a workman in a limestone quarry uncovered the bones of what he thought was a cave bear.
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Unsolved Mysteries of History is not the same book as Unsolved Mysteries of American History.
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Discover the startling truth behind history's most puzzling mysteries. Why did the Pharaohs build the pyramids? Was there really a King Arthur? Why did Mayan civilization collapse? Could the Titanic have been saved? Did Hitler murder his own niece? Any many more!

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Probes some of the most vexing events in human history.

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