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amazon.com 22,358,187
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youtube.com 30,834,319
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History Today - A Modern History of Japan : Ann Waswo examines a ...
Ann Waswo examines a new survey of Japan's modern past. A Modern History of Japan from Tokugawa Times to the Present Andrew Gordon ...
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History Today - Hold the Front Page : Mark Bryant describes how ...
Mark Bryant describes how the Daily Mail nearly became the first national daily in Britain to feature large political cartoons on its front page, ...
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History Today - When Hell came to Halifax : Howard Baker explains ...
Howard Baker explains how the chance convergence of two vessels produced tragedy and disaster. Halifax Herald. The towering mushroom cloud is usually ...
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History Today - Halifax, Nova Scotia : Fortress and naval base on ...
Make History Today your homepage. Sunday 8th March, 2009 ... Halifax, Nova Scotia. Fortress and naval base on the eastern coast of Canada. ...
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History Today - Exodus 1947 : Chris High examines Ruth Gruber's ...
Chris High reviews Exodus 1947: The Ship That Launched a Nation by Ruth Gruber, 4500 Holocaust survivors heading to Palestine.
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History Today - From Feud to Faction: English Politics 1450-1550 ...
History Today - From Feud to Faction: English Politics 1450-1550 : With the ... on one of its most notable women: Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII. ... England had long had a mixed constitution, in which the nobility played a ...
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History Today - Bible : The sacred book of Judaism and ...
The sacred book of Judaism and Christianity, comprising the Old Testament (the Jewish Bible) and the New Testament (the gospels of the life of Christ, ...
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History Today - The Search for Uncle Sam : New Hampshire meat ...
New Hampshire meat-packer to national symbol - Alton Ketchum recounts the rise and rise of Uncle Sam Wilson. The whole world knows what Uncle Sam stands for ...
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History Today - A Prophet in his Own Country : Rebecca Abrams ...
Rebecca Abrams discovers the history of a forgotten Aberdonian doctor who could – if anyone had listened to his ideas – have saved the lives of countless ...
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History Today - History at Southampton University : Neil Gregor ...
Southampton is a lively, modern city with excellent links both to London (just over an hour away) and to the Isle of Wight, the New Forest and the Dorset ...
 
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