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This six-volume regional series charts the major events and memorable dates in the political histories of the countries of the world. The Political Chronologies of the World set includes the following titles:A Political Chronology of Africa; A Political Chronology of the Americas ; A Political Chronology of Central, South and East Asia ; A Political Chronology of Europe; A Political.
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Chronologies of each of the countries of Europe which profile the major political events in history* Individual country chapters of each of the countries of the region* Each chronology provides concise details of events up to the mid-twentieth century and profiles more recent events in greater detail.
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The main theme of this timeline is about political history. In general, this timeline does not include data of economic history, social hitory or cultural history. As the world political history involves a great number of regimes, dynasties, historical figures and historical events, it is not possible to include all the data.
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Whereas the other titles in the series focus on regions and the countries therein, this Chronology charts the origins and evolution of the major intergovernmental groupings."--Jacket.
Chronologies of each of the countries of Europe which profile the major political events in history * Individual country chapters of each of the countries of the region * Each chronology provides concise details of events up to the mid-twentieth century and profiles more recent events in greater detail.
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