Good. 1968 Hardcover 4th ed., rev. and enl. geneal. tables, maps. xxxix, 1504 p. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Good. No dust jacket. cover and binding wear, inside binding a little weak, no dust cover, LL142. xi, 1243, lxxxix p. maps, geneal. tables. 22 cm. Includes: Maps, Genealogical tables. "Revised with the assistance of Hans W. Gatzke."
When I went off to college in 1958, I "borrowed" my aunt's version of this book - and I'm still borrowing it. It was a majorly helpful tool in prepping for exams: European history was one of my majors and later of my MA. The way it's organized helps coordinate information in a way generally different from course presentations, but gave me a great background tool. SO, I bought one for each of my families of grandchildren as they approach college...may they find it equally so. Yeah, yeah there's the internet and wikipedia, but importantly, Langner chronologically places events, THEN you can learn the details.
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