The Hutchinson Dictionary of World History
Combining an encyclopaedia, historical atlas and world chronology, this volume contains 3500 entries, covering world history from the dawn of civilization to the break-up of the Soviet Empire. Combining A-Z entries with chronological overviews and detailed maps, it provides the non-specialist with a clear background to world history. In a single volume, it ranges from the early civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and China, to the modern Balkan states of Croatia and Bosnia, and new ex-Soviet republics such as Azerbaijan and Armenia. The 100 chronologies range from the Neolithic age to the new Baltic states.
- Hardback | 640 pages
- 156 x 234mm
- 25 Mar 1993
- Oxford, United Kingdom