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Who Killed Canadian History? Revised Edition

J L Granatstein
Paperback, 216 pages
ISBN-13: 9780002008952
30 Oct 2007
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Global Insights: People and Cultures: Review Book

Mounir A Farah
Paperback / softback, 432 pages
ISBN-13: 9780028226927
1 Apr 1993
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History in the Schools: What Shall We Teach

Bernard R. Gifford
Hardback
ISBN-13: 9780029117019
1 Jun 1988
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World History: Story of Progress

Smart, Brian
Hardback
ISBN-13: 9780030052286
1 Sep 1997
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Te Wrld Hstry: Stry of Prog 87+

Smart, Brian
Paperback / softback
ISBN-13: 9780030052293
1 Jan 1987
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By the dawn of independence in 1980, Zimbabwe had one of the most structurally developed economies and state systems in Africa and was classified as a middle-income country.