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Discovering the Past with McGraw-Hill's Best History Books

McGraw-Hill is a well-known publisher of history books that offer a wide range of subjects and periods. Some of their best history books include:

  1. "The American Revolution: A History" by Gordon S. Wood: This Pulitzer Prize-winning book provides a comprehensive and detailed account of the American Revolution, from the colonial period to the adoption of the Constitution. It's written by one of the most respected historians of the American Revolution and it's considered a classic in the field.

  2. "The Guns of August" by Barbara Tuchman: This book is a detailed account of the events leading up to World War I and the first month of the war. It's considered one of the best books on the subject and it's written by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.

  3. "A World Made by Hand: A Simple Path from the Preindustrial Age to the Present" by J. R. McNeill: This book is a sweeping history of humanity from the earliest times to the present, focusing on the environment and how human societies have shaped and been shaped by it. It's written by a well-known historian and environmentalist and it's considered a must-read for anyone interested in the history of the world and the environment.

  4. "The Cambridge Illustrated History of China" by Patricia Buckley Ebrey: This reference book provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of Chinese history, from ancient times to the present day. It's filled with illustrations, maps, and photographs, making it an engaging and visually appealing resource for students and general readers alike.

  5. "The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval England" by Nigel Saul: This book provides a comprehensive and engaging overview of medieval England, from the Norman Conquest to the end of the Middle Ages. It's filled with illustrations, maps, and photographs, and it's written by an expert in the field.


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