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These comprehensive volumes give students and researchers a detailed look at the actions and impact of key events in world history.

Combining basic facts and background with global perspectives, each one to three-volume set is dedicated to a single major world event and includes primary source documents that bring history to life for students.

Each volume includes 15-20 entries, ranging from 15 to 20 pages each, covering a specific issue or incident related to the event. Entries follow a standard format to facilitate comparison between entries and typically include:
  • An Introduction (an overview essay briefly discussing the event)
  • Bibliography and sources for further research (an annotated list of additional resources)
  • Chronology (a sidebar detailing events in order of occurrence)
  • Historic forces (a summary of the key political, social, and economic forces that influenced the event)
  • Issue/Incident Summary (an explanatory essay explaining the key causes, historical context and implications of the event)
  • Notable People (an annotated list of the major figures involved)
  • Perspectives (an exploration of different perspectives on the event, including local, national and international perspectives)
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