Powers of the Crown: Time Frame AD 1600-1700
Time-Life Books, 1989 - 156 Seiten
Describes events of the seventeenth century, including the civil war in England, the Pilgrims' journey to the New World, the Shah Abbas' rule over Persia, and Takugawa Ieyasu's appointment as shogun of Japan
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