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A significant historic and literary achievement: thats what theAssociated Press called Martin W. Sandlers enthralling Resolute.Now, he returns to the high seas for an in-depth look at theAtlantic as since 300 B.C.E., it has served as the corridor forfundamental exchanges of peoples and technologies and as a pathwayfor the transfer of ideas and cultures. This, the first illustratedand comprehensive history of the Atlantic World, is at theforefront of an exciting new wave of study in universities andthink tanks. Atlantic History is an increasingly dynamic field ofscholarship based on the notion that the Americas, Africa andEurope have composed a regional system from the late 15th centuryto the present. Sandler explores the historical, socioeconomic,political, scientific and cultural developments that occurredthroughout this region and shaped the modern world. They includeeverything from exploration and discovery, the dissemination ofideas, the growth of global commerce and the fall of imperialism.Lavishly illustrated with exquisite antique maps, period paintingsand engravings, documents, political cartoons and photographs, thisunique volume is an engaging read sure to appeal to audienceseverywhere.
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