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Book V in The Story of the World series, by M. B. Synge, The Growth of the British Empire, treats the revolutions . I was perplexed because of some of the passages in the book. It described historical details that happened years ago but were presented as current events.

Book V in The Story of the World series, by M. Synge, The Growth of the British Empire, treats the revolutions in South America and Mexico. As an example: In the chapter, The Franco German War, the author writes at the end of the chapter: So united Germany hailed its conquerors, and today the grandson of William reigns over a German Empire. A lot has happened since William. Synge, "The Growth of the British Empire," treats the revolutions in South America and Mexico, the . Paperback, 284 pages. Published January 8th 2006 by Yesterday's Classics. Synge, "The Growth of the British Empire," treats the revolutions in South America and Mexico, the Boer War in South Africa, and the exploration of Central Africa, the Greek and Italian wars for independence, the Crimean War, the American Civil War, the opening of trade with Japan and China, and th.

This book and all parts thereof may not be reproduced in any form without prior permission of the publisher. Synge, "The Growth of the British Empire," treats the . Publication date 30 Jan 2006. Publisher Yesterday's Classics. Publication City/Country Chapel Hill, United States.

Until Yesterday's Classics began reprinting many of the best books that educated, enriched, and entertained earlier generations of children and students, these . Book II of the Story of the World series.

Until Yesterday's Classics began reprinting many of the best books that educated, enriched, and entertained earlier generations of children and students, these volumes were almost impossible to find on the used book market.

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Book V in The Story of the World series, by M. B. Synge, "The Growth of the British Empire," treats the revolutions in South America and Mexico, the Boer War in South Africa, and the exploration of Central Africa, the Greek and Italian wars for independence, the Crimean War, the American Civil War, the opening of trade with Japan and China, and the rebellion in India. Suitable for children ages 13 and up to read to themselves and for children as young as 10 as a read-aloud. The Story of the World series, by M. B. Synge, comprises a set of five volumes, written at a middle school reading level, that cover all major events in the history of Western Civilization, from earliest recorded history to the close of the nineteenth century. With fifty or so short chapters in each volume, the series links the great eras in time and place together by a chain of stories of individuals who played principal parts in the events related. While statesmen and military commanders figure heavily in the narrative, stories of explorers, scientists, artists, authors, and religious figures are also presented. The author writes in an engaging fashion, using dialog frequently to bring scenes to life. She juxtaposes events happening at the same time in different parts of the world in a style reminiscent of the books of Genevieve Foster. This series is an excellent introduction to world history for adult readers as well as for children.
The Growth of the British Empire (Yesterday's Classics) download epub
Education & Reference
Author: M. B. Synge,E. M. Synge
ISBN: 1599150174
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Yesterday's Classics (January 8, 2006)
Pages: 284 pages