3 edition of short history of the world. found in the catalog.
short history of the world.
H. G. Wells
|Series||The Thinker"s library, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||D21 W45 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||329|
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This book is fantastic. I had read, "The History of the World" by Roberts (the big hardback). It is jammed full of hilights and notes. I now have Robert's "The Short History of The World". I was afraid as it is much smaller book, that he might skim over alot of things but he does not.
He manages beautifully to still in the small book be concise Cited by: 9. Of the more than one hundred books that H. Wells published in his lifetime, this is one of the most ambitious. Spanning the origins of the Earth to the outcome of World War I, A Short History of the World is an engrossing account of the evolution of life and the development of /5.
James L. Stokesbury is the author of A Short History of World War I, A Short History of World War II, A Short History of the Korean War, and A Short History of the American Revolution. Before his death in he was a professor of history at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada/5(90). Condensed from his already brief Short History of the World, this is a terrific book, one of the most consistently interesting and entertaining Ive read in years.
Blainey does an amazing job of squeezing the history of human life on this planet into small pages/5. A Short History of the World aims to fill the big gaps in our historical knowledge with a book that is easy to read and assumes little prior knowledge of past events.
The book does not aim to come up with groundbreaking new theories on why things occurred, but rather gives a broad overview of the generally accepted version of events so that non Brand: Crux Publishing Ltd.
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Obviously there is no single book that captures or can capture the story of the entire world in a comprehensive manner, forget the interesting part. Writers have tried to approach the history of seven billion of us living on the blue dot in multip.
This is a nice interesting history as long as you remember it is from It is more interesting than most histories because it is from H. Wells. Wells was a futurist and he predicted World War II in this book.
Some things are wrong like is age for the Earth being 2 billion years while now it is said to be billion.5/5(1). LibraryThing Review User Review - - LibraryThing. From his perspective inH.G.
Wells wrote a "Short History of the World." This straightforward look at the world's timeline, from the first appearance of humans to the reconstruction after World War I is an engaging and concise adventure story that also happens to be true.4/5(3).
And A Short History of the World has expanded my vision on History, and helped me tremendously. Having been written by the renowned natural scientist, H.G. Wells, this book show us how the history of the different regions of the world have had their effect on /5(52).
Oxford presents 'A Short History of the World.' Vividly written, it brings the outstanding breadth of scholarship and international scope of the larger History of the World within the grasp of every home, school, and library.
Up to date and comprehensive yet succinct, it accompanies readers on a journey from the first appearance of the species Homo sapiens up to the bloodshed in the 4/5(1).
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In Singapore, the book was removed from state libraries and destroyed. A Short History of the World by H.G. Wells, a free text and ebook for easy online reading, study, and reference.
A Short History of the World () is just that: Wells' take on space, time, organic evolution, dinosaurs, primitive people, Judea, Christians, Buddha, Jesus, Islam, Arabs, Industrial Revolution, expansion of the United States, and finally, the political and social reconstruction.
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A Short History of the World is a non-fictional historic work by English author H. Wells, largely inspired by Wells's earlier work The Outline of History.
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