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A Short Sketch of European History

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The Story of Europe

An overview of European history “from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Reformation.” The book starts with Alaric and Attila invading the Roman Empire and ends with the reformation of Martin Luther and John Calvin.  The book is intended as a primer on the larger social and political trends within European history during the middle ages. Each chapter highlights major events and historical figures in kingdoms and countries across Europe.

First published in 1920, this edition is derived from the original book with 12 black and white maps.  As always, this edition is complete and unabridged.

**Publisher's Note: The book was also published under the title The Story of Europe.

Author(s): H. E. Marshall

Illustrator(s): Various

Translator(s): None

Book Size: 6" x 9"

Pages: 214

Font Size: 12pt

ISBN: 9781649650535

ASIN: 1649650531

Paperback: Perfect bound with gloss cover; cream standard paper.

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About the Author

Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was a renowned British author and educator whose work had a profound impact on children's literature and education. Born in Bo'ness, Scotland, Marshall demonstrated a keen interest in history and storytelling from an early age. Her passion for teaching and her belief in the power of storytelling to educate young minds led her to write a series of historical books for children that would become her enduring legacy.