The World Was Never the Same: Events That Changed History by J. Rufus Fears
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 1000.3 MB
Overview: History is made and defined by landmark events – moments that irrevocably changed the course of human civilization. They have given us
spiritual and political ideas;
catastrophic battles and wars;
scientific and technological advances;
world leaders both influential and monstrous; and
cultural works of unparalleled beauty.
Now a series of 36 captivating lectures explores some of the most important and definitive events in the history of the world – events after which our world would never be the same.
Taught by a remarkably gifted teacher with more than 25 teaching awards to his credit, these lectures form an intriguing and engaging tour of thousands of years of human history, from the creation of the Code of Hammurabi to the Battle of Lexington to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and beyond. It’s a chance for you to gain new insights about world history from a truly riveting historian.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction