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These are the main ones snoopcester Send a noteboard - 01/09/2009 03:40:35 PM
I am going to turn to fiction for a while, but after that...


The War of the World - basically a history of the 20th century, looking at why it was so violent and yet had such rapid financial growth.
Empire - A study of the British Empire, making the argument that it did more good than harm
Colossus - a look at America and the effect on the world of it's dominant position
The Cash Nexus - I've not read this one but I've heard it is very good, a history of finance (which is his primary area of knowledge)

Of those ones, I would say War of the World and Cash Nexus are the best two to read.
*MySmiley*

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Review: Robert Fisk's The Great War for Civilisation - 31/08/2009 06:37:15 PM 4713 Views
I can easily answer the first two hesitations... - 31/08/2009 06:50:20 PM 1318 Views
This does look like an interesting book. - 31/08/2009 06:55:09 PM 1253 Views
Thanks for the review - 31/08/2009 08:01:55 PM 1254 Views
I really need to read it. Thanks for the review. *NM* - 31/08/2009 09:31:37 PM 665 Views
I've started reading it. - 02/09/2009 05:34:12 PM 1202 Views
Thank you for the recommendation. - 31/08/2009 10:15:51 PM 1237 Views
What sort of time frame does he cover? - 01/09/2009 01:29:50 AM 1281 Views
It isn't a history book. - 01/09/2009 03:10:23 PM 1209 Views
It is an excellent book - 01/09/2009 12:18:51 PM 1167 Views
Care to recommend one or two to me? - 01/09/2009 03:11:27 PM 1194 Views
These are the main ones - 01/09/2009 03:40:35 PM 1205 Views
Hmmm - 01/09/2009 04:49:26 PM 1260 Views
Well - 01/09/2009 09:18:55 PM 1387 Views
Sounds like something I should probably read. *NM* - 02/09/2009 01:00:05 AM 602 Views

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