The Greatest Leap: A Decade-By-Decade History of Britain and the World in the 20th Century

The Greatest Leap A Decade By Decade History of Britain and the World in the th Century A unique readable account of the th century for the general reader Informative and packed with detail The Greatest Leap offers a clear and readable account of of the history of Britain and the Wor

  • Title: The Greatest Leap: A Decade-By-Decade History of Britain and the World in the 20th Century
  • Author: Andrew Hatcher
  • ISBN: 9781785894114
  • Page: 263
  • Format: ebook
  • A unique, readable account of the 20th century for the general reader.Informative and packed with detail, The Greatest Leap offers a clear and readable account of of the history of Britain and the World in the 20th century, one of the most exciting in the history of mankind Beginning with the death of Queen Victoria and ending a hundred years later with the last New YeaA unique, readable account of the 20th century for the general reader.Informative and packed with detail, The Greatest Leap offers a clear and readable account of of the history of Britain and the World in the 20th century, one of the most exciting in the history of mankind Beginning with the death of Queen Victoria and ending a hundred years later with the last New Year s Eve of the century, The Greatest Leap is broken into 10 chapters, with each looking at the history of a particular decade From the 1900s to the 1990s, each chapter covers everything you need to know about the 20th century, from the beginning and end of wars to the births and deaths of important figures and ending on the last new year s eve of the century Inspired by narrative historians across the ages, The Greatest Leap is an easy read that will appeal to anyone interested in Britain and the world in the 20th century.

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    1. An average book that doesn't add anything significant to the historical timeline of the 20th century. Rather it is best treated as an introductory overview to the events and issues that shaped the century.It is worth noting that despite the reference to Britain in the title, the book fails to make it its focus. Instead it deals with global issues that more often focus on the US. This is not to say that British investment is not significant with issues such as the World Wars, the Falklands, and c [...]

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