Anne Boleyn: Her Execution For Treason, And Her Political And Religious Upheaval

As King Henry VIII's 2nd marriage partner, Anne Boleyn ruled as Queen of England from 1533 till 1536. Her marriage and execution by beheading for treason and other criminal...

Queen Victoria: The British Monarch Who Ruled The Longest

From June twentieth, 1837, to her death in the year 1901, Victoria ruled as Queen of the UK of Great Britain and Ireland. Her rule of 63 years and 7 months, called the Victorian...

Revolutions Facts and Historical Details of the Russian and American Revolution

This book consists of the following two titles:Russian Revolution: The Russian Revolution was a period of political and social revolution that started at the time of the First...

Revolution History of the French Revolution and Industrial Revolution

These two titles are included in this audiobook:1 - French Revolution: The Reign of terror was a period of considerable political and social change in France that started in 1789...

United States Presidents Martin van Buren, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Ulysses Grant

This is a combo book with biographies about the following United States presidents:1 - Martin Van Buren was an American attorney and statesman who acted as the United States' 8th...

Richard Nixon The Prominent Republican President from California

Richard Milhous Nixon was the United States' 37th president, serving from 1969 to 1974. Nixon, a Republican politician, formerly worked as the 36th Vice President from 1953 to...

Eskimo The Tribe, the History, and the Geographical Location

The Inuit (consisting of Alaskan Iupiat, Greenlandic Inuit, and Canadian Inuit) and the Yupik (or Yuit) of eastern Siberia and Alaska are described as Eskimo or Eskimos. The...

Apache History of Native American Indian Tribes

The Apache are a culturally connected set of Native American tribe in the Southwest United States, including some Native American sub-tribes.The Apache and the Navajo are distant...

Cherokee History and Culture of the Native American Tribes

The Cherokee are among the native tribes of the United States' Southeastern Woodlands. They resided in communities along river valleys in what's now southwestern North Carolina,...

Sioux History of Its Causes and Consequences

The Sioux, also called the Oceti Sakowin are a North American people of Native American tribe and First Countries tribes. The contemporary Sioux are split into 2 significant...

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