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World Civilizations: The Global Experience,
Volume II, Fifth Edition, Atlas Edition Peter N. Stearns, Michael Adas, Stuart Schwartz, and Marc J. Gilbert
With 42 outline maps and four-color maps, World Civilizations: The Global Experience, Fifth Edition, Atlas Edition, helps students with geography, one of the most difficult aspects of World history courses for many. Four-color and outline maps accompanied by review questions call on students to identify important geographical areas and think critically about the connection between geography and historical events. The maps are on perforated pages and organized by chapter so that they can be assigned easily and collected.
Here is a sample of the maps included:
Russian Expansion Under the Early Tzars Routes and Products Exchanged in the Asia Trading Network, ca. 1500
Treaty Ports and the Boxer Rebellion in China The Scramble for Africa World War II in the Pacific Outline Map After Empire: Africa and the Middle East
A complete listing of the maps appears at the front of this book.
Do you want more maps? All of the maps in this text — plus many more at no additional cost–can be found on Longman’s exclusive website, www.MyHistoryLab.com.
MyHistoryLab also contains a myriad of other resources such as images, an electronic version of the textbook, student assessment tests, fifty of the most commonly assigned books in history, and much more.
Available versions of the Atlas Edition
Single Volume Edition (Chapters 1-41) ISBN 0-205-55690-6
Volume I (Chapters 1-22) ISBN 0-205-55691-4
Volume II (Chapters 21-41) ISBN 0-205-55692-2
this book puts me to sleep every time i try to read it. the information in it is interesting but the way it is written is just like someone droning on and on about this stuff. taking this course in highschool is one of the stupidest ideas i ever had.
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