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Democracy comes to Germany!                                                    The German national assembly in place of the government since the end of the war has...
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Slaughter in the Crater!                   In what is becoming called the Battle of the Crater (1864) Union forces tried to break Confederate lines...
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Let the Games Begin!                                                    After a 12 year hiatus due to the distraction caused by World War II, the Olympic Games are back (...
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Awaiting the gallows in 1946, Joachim von Ribbentrop, ex-Reichsminister for Foreign Affairs, reflects on his life. A program to reflect the Hélène Berr special exhibition. How did someone once described as "the most stupid in his class," "pompous, conceited, and not too intelligent," "superficial," and "the...
Students will find everything they need to conduct thorough research on 50 cities from all over the world, including information on each city's history, neighborhoods, museums, parks, transportation, geography, holidays and...
An easy-to-use, systematic guide to the history and current status of more than 290 cultural groups outside the United States. In nine volumes, the Encyclopedia is intended to offer students background and current status on...
Presents profiles of 193 countries of the world. Topics include climate, plants and animals, population and ethnic groups, religions, transportation, history, government, political parties, judicial system, economy, education, arts...
Covers the different civilizations and peoples of Medieval times; includes biographical essays on significant individuals of the era; and presents a collection of excerpts from relevant letters, journal entries, poems and more from...
The three-volume The Crusades covers everything from the First Crusade (1095-99) through the Ninth Crusade (1271-72).

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