this is wonderful. i\'ve looked at the entire site... including articles and the interactive maps... every teacher and/or student of history, geography, political science, sociology, anthropology, etc will enjoy spending time in worldology. excellent job!
#1 - Terry - 07/27/2009 - 13:50
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#2 - Bobert - 04/25/2013 - 08:02
Recommended Books About
the History of Europe:
Norman Davies From $11.09 Pub. 1998 4 / 5 Rating (107 Reviews)
Historical Narrative that stretches from the Ice Age to
the Atomic Age, as it tells the story of Europe, East
Between the Oceans
Barry Cunliffe From $23.25 Pub. 2008 4.5 / 5 Rating (22 Reviews)
Europe is, in world
terms, a relatively minor peninsula attached to the
Eurasian land mass. Yet it became one of the most
innovative regions on the planet, generating restless
adventurers who traversed the globe to trade, to
explore, and often to settle.
Making of Europe
Robert Bartlett From $28.75 Pub. 1994 5 / 5 Rating (5 Reviews)
If the history of Europe is long and interminably
complicated one, then this single volume could be the
key to unlocking that history and explaining the
remarkable diversity of nations and cultures that
co-exist within this single, small continent today.
Europe Will Run the 21st Century
Mark Leonard From $8.81 Pub. 2006 4.5 / 5 Rating (8 Reviews)
America's centralized, militarized supremacy has become
so overwhelming that it has defeated everything,
including itself. Europe's reach, by contrast, is broad
and deep. It draws other countries into its orbit rather
than seeking to define itself against them.