• The Arts

      WOODSTOCK

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The Woodstock Music & Art Fair was held in the United States in 1969 which attracted an audience of more than 400,000. Scheduled for August 15–17 on a dairy farm in the Catskill Mountains of southern New York State, northwest of New York City

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      SPIRITUAL PLACES

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      These wonderful places have marked history by their beauty or the grandeur of their architecture. Throughout history men have built or preserved these breathtaking places. Here you will find a world tour of these amazing places that for centuries have

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      ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The incessant discoveries that archeology reveals to us attest that humans wished very early to leave traces of their lives and thus offer their descendants testimonials of their ingenuity and creativity in all areas. Footprints left on cave walls to t

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      PICTORIAL ATLAS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      In Greek mythology, Atlas is the god who supports the columns of the sky. That's why his name was given to map collections, because opening an atlas means keeping the world in your hands. This book invites you to a journey always recommenced: whether y

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      THE BIG BOOK OF CARS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The most popular means of transport, the automobile has experienced in all countries a craze that continues to grow. The car is considered a freedom and a means of emancipation, it is the world within the reach of all. Enthusiasts and collectors are fa

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      THE BIG BOOK OF BIKES

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The most representative models with their technical specificities, their attributes and the history of the biggest brands. Competition bikes, business models, travel, war, luxury, sports, etc. Also find the story of innovative models with unique style and

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      THE BIG BOOK OF DOGS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      Anyone who has known and loved a dog knows they are more than just a faithful companion, they are family. Their affection is unconditional and freely given without judgment, and they ask for relatively nothing in return. But, the domesticated dogs we know

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      THE BIG BOOK OF CATS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      Domestic cats have a special place in the life and hearts of humans. An important pet who amuses, fascinates and soothes, he participates in life in a house and animates it very often. The breeds are as diverse as the places of habitat in which to find th

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      THE BIG BOOK OF HORSES

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      More than 60 million horses populate the Earth. They have always had a special place in the lives of humans. Pets, help at work, weapon of war or partner in sport, their place has always been important. The horse fascinates with its magnificence and splen

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      THE BIG BOOK OF TRACTORS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The tractor has been a revolution for the world of agriculture. After the First World War, the tractor developed with the motorization of machines. With the Second World War and the shortage of manpower, the development of the tractor took off. The agricu

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      THE BIG BOOK OF TRAINS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The history of rail transport began in 6th century BC in Ancient Greece. It can be divided up into several discrete periods defined by the principal means of track material and motive power used. Evidence indicates that there was 6 to 8.5 km long Diolkos

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      THE BIG BOOK OF PLANES

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The history of aviation extends for more than two thousand years, from the earliest forms of aviation such as kites and attempts at tower jumping to supersonicand hypersonic flight by powered, heavier-than-air jets. Kite flying in China dates back to seve

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      20th CENTURY WARS

      by Peter Murray and Lorri Lynn

      The twentieth century remains to this day the most deadly century of history. Whether wars against foreign powers or civil wars, the last century is testimony the fury that seizes humans when they defend their territory or fight against the oppression

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