The 'Mastering Modern World History (Palgrave Master Series)' is an excellent book on the world history with detailed information written in a comprehensive and easy to understand manner. The book is beneficial for people from different walks of life, whether a student or researcher or professor. The facts mentioned in the book will improve your knowledge about the world history and also amaze you with a whole lot of information not known to you.
Content Of The Book
<>p>The book has extensively written about the World War I and its dangerous after-effects. The history includes international relations and the conflicts that existed, some internal affairs of the leading world powers that includes the European Union and the Eastern Europe. The subject further continues to those of African continent and problems caused by fascism, communism, global poverty, population, and pollution. This is the 4th edition of the book, and it includes various maps that make it easier for the readers to comprehend the world history. If you like history, then this is a well-written record of the world history, you should try it.
About The Author
Norman Lowe, the author, is a famous author with an inclination towards the study of history of the world. He has been a history teacher in schools and colleges for years. For twenty years, he has served as the head of the history department at the Nelson and Coin Tertiary College in Lancashire. He has written various books on the modern British history and Russian history. Some of his famous works include 'Mastering Modern British History' and 'Mastering Twentieth Century History'. You can order online for the paperback edition of the book published by Palgrave Macmillan with the ISBN-10 number of 1403939829 and the ISBN-13 number of 9781403939821.
An excellent book on the world history with detailed information
Written in a comprehensive and easy to understand manner
A well-written record of the world history
Problems caused by fascism, communism, global poverty, population, and pollution
Written by Norman Lowe