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What they're saying about Footnotes in History:

It’s an interesting read, but in no way academic and schoolmasterly. It will, if nothing else, give you a few real, little-known facts, with which, if you’re still at school, you can really annoy your history teacher!

~Keith Kellett
travelrat.wordpress.com

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From the Great Library of Alexandria to the airplane, from Alchemists to Engineers and from Nero to Catherine the Great, Alf B. Meier examines facets of history deeply sunk in the fog of legends... and comes to funny results at times.
He shows that one should question things that are generally accepted as history, recommending readers to investigate themselves.

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