The Digital Age by Harry Henderson
(Understanding World History)

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What are the defining characteristics of the sprawling era known as the Middle Ages? What sets ancient Egypt apart from other ancient civilizations? And what is the legacy of the twentieth-century genocide known as the Holocaust? These are some of the ideas explored in Understanding World History, a series that surveys the political, social, and cultural trends of major periods and events in world history. Primary and secondary source quotes bring historical events to life. Source notes, a bibliography for further research, and index provide additional tools for student researchers.

Other titles in the series include:

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Greece

Ancient Rome

The Black Death

The Decade of the 2000s

The Early Middle Ages

Elizabethan England

The Holocaust

The Late Middle Ages

Pearl Harbor

The Renaissance


About Harry Henderson

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Henderson is a technical writer and editor specializing in computer languages and operating systems, internet, history of science, and biography. B01
Published December 1, 2012 by Referencepoint Press. 96 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Young Adult. Non-fiction

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Gr 6–10—Each volume of the textbooklike series begins with the same foreword, expounding bombastically on varying views of history, from the Puritans' "city upon a hill" to nihilism, before stating its intent that students understand the present by examining the past. This is followed by a pithy ...

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