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Series: Understanding World History

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Ancient Greece (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
Ancient Rome (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
The Arab Spring Uprisings (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
The Black Death (Understanding World History) by Stephen Currie
The Decade of the 2000s (Understanding World History) by David Robson
The Digital Age (Understanding World History) by Harry Henderson
The Early Middle Ages (Understanding World History) by Adam Woog
Elizabethan England (Understanding World History) by Stuart A. Kallen
The Great Recession (Understanding World History) by Stuart A. Kallen
The History of Rock and Roll (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
The History of Slavery (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
The Holocaust (Understanding World History) by Charles George
The Industrial Revolution (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
The Late Middle Ages (Understanding World History) by Adam Woog
The Making of the Atomic Bomb (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
Pearl Harbor (Understanding World History) by Adam Woog
The Renaissance (Understanding World History) by Stephen Currie
The Rise of Islam (Understanding World History (Reference Point)) by Toney Allman
The Rise of the Nazis (Understanding World History) by Hal Marcovitz
Victorian England (Understanding World History) by Gail B. Stewart
The War in Afghanistan (Understanding World History) by Stuart A. Kallen

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