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The history of the world; a survey of a man's record (1902)

Author: Helmolt, Hans F. (Hans Ferdinand), 1865-1929; Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922 Volume: 6 Subject: World history Publisher: New York : Dodd, Mead Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Language: English Call number: SRLF_UCLA:LAGE-1598886 Digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive Book contributor: University of California Libraries Collection: americana; cdl Scanfactors: 2 Description

"Published simultaneously in Germany, England and the United States."--Pref. note

I. Pre-history. America and the Pacific Ocean.--II. Eastern Asia and Oceania--The Indian Ocean.--III. West Asia and Africa.--IV. The Mediterranean countries.--V. South eastern and eastern Europe.--VI. Central and northern Europe.--VII. Western Europe. pt. 1.--VIII. Western Europe--The Atlantic Ocean

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