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Godina izdanja: 2008
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ISBN: ISBN 978-1-4262-0314-5
1000 Events That Shaped the World(1000 događaja koji su oblikovali svet) **3430......2017.
1000 Events That Shaped the World by U. S. National Geographic Society Staff (2008, Hardcover)
**1000 događaja koji su oblikovali svet**ISBN 978-1-4262-0314-5
Author: National Geographic ,Date Published: October 21st, 2008
Publisher: National Geographic
Binding: Hardcover,Pages: 416,Language: English, Format:Hardcover,Illustrated
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`In a sweep of history, this book brings you what National Geographic has introduced into households for more than a century: the world and all that is in it. Concise narratives, each focused on one event and numbered chronologically from 1 to 1,000, walk you through the story of civilization, from the first evidence of life 3.8 billion years ago to the discovery of the first known planet beyond the solar system that could harbor life as we know it. Accompanied by hundreds of illustrations, events famous, infamous and little known offer insight into how and why the world has grown and changed as it has.`--BOOK JACKET.
A fascinating sweep of global developments, this fact-filled book delivers what National Geographic has introduced into households for more than a century: The world and all that is in it. A thousand concise nuggets of text, each focused on one event and numbered chronologically, walk readers through time _from the first evidence of life 3.8 billion years ago to a just-discovered planet beyond our solar system that could harbor life as we know it. Accompanied by hundreds of illustrations and maps, the chosen events give insight into how and why our world has grown and changed. Did you know that the bow and arrow were developed nearly 5,000 years before pottery was made? (Events #16 and #19.) Or that Hamlet (#319) appeared at about the same time as Japan`s Kabuki theater (#320) and the first newspapers (#322)? There`s much more: Buddha`s birth, the understanding of sight, Mercator`s mapmaking, Tsar Alexander`s freeing of serfs, the Battle of Gettysburg, the debut of toilet paper, D-Day, the first e-mail. A reader can open this book anywhere and find fascinating tidbits of history embellished with quick-read biographies, first-person accounts, and landmark paintings and photos. 1000 Events is sure to be a perennial backlist book, with its well-researched information appealing to readers of all ages. In the winning tradition of bestsellers Visual History of the World and Concise History of the World, this new volume presents facts in the easy-access format that people love.
This work presents the 1000 events that have been most influential in shaping the world in which we live. It features excerpts of government and politics, science and art, philosophy and technology, and is embellished with quick-read biographies, first-person accounts, and landmark artworks.