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Reviews of books on the subject of history.

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    An in-depth Royal guide to London

    An interesting collection of anecdotes pertaining to the Kings and Queens of England.

    An indepth look into the cities that shaped the world we see today.

    Searching for a sense of understanding and a hope for future prevention, author Jonathan Maxwell explores the different officials of the Holocaust, giving an extensive background of each. He investigates mental defects, childhood occurrences, and family situations of these horrific leaders and identifies the "desk murderers" (those who did not directly kill, but gave orders to kill). "Murderous Intellectuals" provides a concentrated look at the events that took place, as Maxwell attempts to identify the key causes of the mass murders in an effort to prevent future Holocausts.

    This book is an excellent, highly readable account of the discovery of trans-Saturnian Planets of our Solar System, especially Pluto and the Planet X. X stands for ten as well as unknown. When Pluto was discovered in 1930, it was not the tenth planet but was the mysterious unknown planet that was theorized to exist based on the orbital fluctuations of Uranus. The book deals with the wonderful world of astronomy and covers the exploration of our solar system in good detail.

    The Good Doctors examines the creation, role, activism and struggles of the Medical Committee for Human Rights, which started as an organization composed of medical & health professionals to assist civil rights workers in the south during the early 1960s.

    "Railroad 1869: Along the Historic Union Pacific," by author Eugene Arundel Miller with photographs by Arundel C. Hull, William H. Jackson and others vividly portray the desolate plains and rugged Utah canyons, the colorful construction camps and short-lived towns along the way. Present day readers can "travel" across Nebraska, Wyoming, and Utah, envision and relive the challenges and adventures faced by the builders which includes; desolate terrain, lawlessness, and colorful lifestyles of construction camps, and the race to meet the Central Pacific Railroad at Promontory Summit.

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