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Der letzte Tag der Schöpfung (original 1981; edition 2009)

by Wolfgang Jeschke (Author), Jürgen Rogner (Illustrator)

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Title:Der letzte Tag der Schöpfung
Authors:Wolfgang Jeschke (Author)
Other authors:Jürgen Rogner (Illustrator)
Info:Heyne Verlag (2009), 320 Seiten
Collections:eBook, Your library
Rating:****1/2
Tags:75 Books Challenge for 2018

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By 1700, after a century of relentless expansion, London had overtaken Paris to become the largest - if disputedly the finest - city in Europe. This book details the growth of the city and urban change; the make-up of the Londoner from home and abroad; ways of earning a living from banking to begging.… (more)

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