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Interlink Illustrated Histories

As the 21st Century begins, the people and events, the catastrophes, triumphs and crises of the 20th Century continue to shape much of our new world. Interlink's new illustrated history series seeks to explore the persistent themes of our recent past in order to prepare for the next century. Each volume offers a concise yet comprehensive analysis of a particular political, cultural or social phenomenon and is lavishly illustrated with color and b&w maps and photographs.

"Interlink's Illustrated Histories are characterized by copious visuals, including photos, art reproductions, charts, and maps. Hitler and Nazism is a sraightforward account of Hitler's rise and rule... Middle East Conflicts offers extensive historical background to today's conflicts."
-MultiCultural Review
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Roberto Finzi; translated by Maud Jackson
For more than a thousand years the Jews have been objects of prejudice, hatred, bloody persecutions and massacres. Even today, despite the horrors of Hitler's holocaust, groups of neo-Nazis continue to form.

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Castro and CubaCastro and Cuba
Angelo Trento; translated by Arthur Figliola
On January 1, 1959, Castro's followers entered Havana. The guerrillas took power and the "socialism of the tropics" began. Today, although the Castro regime has introduced some openings to a market economy, the island continues to wage...
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Lenin and the Russian RevolutionLenin and the Russian Revolution
Antonella Salomoni; translated by David Stryker
In February 1917, the centuries-old and immense empire of the Czars, ally of the US and Britain during World War I, suddenly collapses. Eight months later, the revolutionaries, under Lenin's leadership, take power and sign an armistice with Germa...
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Mao and the Chinese RevolutionMao and the Chinese Revolution
Yves Chevrier; translated by David Stryker
It has been more than a century since the birth of Mao Zedong. From the collapse of the old Chinese Empire in 1912 to the foundation of the People’s Republic in 1949, his history is linked with that of contemporary China, and beyond national bo...
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Middle East ConflictsMiddle East Conflicts
Francios Massoulie; translated by Angela Parker
The Middle East - a region of historic significance to the rest of the world - contains immeasurable spiritual and intellectual wealth set amidst grinding poverty. It is a land of economic contrasts and a wide diversity of countries, experiencing a b...
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Mussolini and FascismMussolini and Fascism
Marco Palla; translated by Arthur Figliola and Claudia Rattazzi Papka
On October 29, 1922, while the fascist squads marched through the streets of Rome, the king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel III, gave Benito Mussolini the mandate to form a new government. Many believed the fascist period in power would not last long. But...
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The Spanish Civil WarThe Spanish Civil War
Gabriele Ranzato; translated by Janet Sethre Paxia
On July 17, 1936, Spain suddenly breaks onto the world scene when a group of generals rebels against the legitimate Republican government. The youngest, Francisco Franco, stands out among them. It might have been just another of the many military upr...
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