Spencer C. Tucker
European Powers in the First World War: An Encyclopedia
First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Anita Ganeri, Chris Oxlade
A first encyclopedia for children aged five and over, with photographic reference scenes and simple vocabulary that supports the National Curricula. It features quiz questions and “get mucky” boxes that provide activities and encourage further research. Key points are bite-sized to help children remember facts and “become an expert” buttons supply cross-references with other subjects.
The Pregnancy Encyclopedia
The Pregnancy Encyclopedia is an engaging and accessible question-and-answer guide to some of the most commonly asked questions about pregnancy, packed with full-color photographs and illustrations.
The Pregnancy Encyclopedia has answers to all your questions — including the ones you haven’t even thought of yet. Top experts in the field offer encyclopedic coverage of the topics relating to pregnancy and birth, from fertility and family planning to nutrition and exercise to lifestyle changes, planning for the future, and more. In all, this comprehensive guide covers more than 300 topics of interest to expecting mothers and their partners.
The Pregnancy Encyclopedia is the only book that uses an engaging Q&A style with accompanying full-color photographs, illustrations, and infographics to help you understand what’s going on with your baby, your partner, and yourself.
Immanuel Ness, Dario Azzellini, Marcelline Block and Jesse Cohn, The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present
This definitive 8-volume reference is a comprehensive print resource covering the history of protest and revolution over the past 500 years – throughout the modern era of mass movements.
* Definitive reference work on the role of popular agency in transforming the world in which we live
* First historical encyclopedia to provide scholars and teachers and students with the information they need to understand the role and significance and origin of protest and revolution from 1500 to the present
* 8-volume major reference in A-Z format, with entries ranging from 500 to 14,000 words
* Provides clear, concise explanations of events and larger social movements, and biographies of key people
* Presents major uprisings and protest movements, and the ideas, ideologies and activists that propelled them, chronicles the manner in which they unfolded, traces their roots, goals, tactics, and influence, and evaluates their successes and failures
* Internationally diverse editorial board and contributors
* Includes over 150 photographs, figures, and maps
An online electronic version is also available (ISBN 978-1-4051-9807-3). In addition to the features of the print version, the online version provides:
* Regular revisions and new entries – updated once a year
* Links to comprehensive collection through Blackwell Reference online
* Links to other resources available on the web
* Powerful searching, browsing, and cross-referencing capabilities, including Open URL linking
The People’s Chronology: A Year-by-Year Record of Human Events from Prehistory to the Present, 3d ed.
This eBook is intended as a handy reference to historical developments, including many not found in conventional history books.
Since its first appearance form more than 25 years ago, the Chronology has come into wide use in U.S., Canadian, British, and Japanese libraries, newsrooms, radio and television news organizations, schools, and offices. Having proved itself as an accurate, reliable, and concise source of information, it has now been completely revised and updated.
This eBook-only edition – part of the revolutionary Gale Virtual Reference Library – extends the scope of this popular print reference, from prehistory through 2004. With nearly 30 percent more entries than the print edition, the eBook goes beyond the wars, treatises and political events readily found in traditional history resources. And with its electronic search capabilities, users can more easily put history into context when looked alongside other topics.
Each chronological chapter is further organized by era or year, and within each year by standard subject categories. Almost every year contains entries under the following 33 standard subject categories:
Human Rights, Social Justice
Architecture, Real Estate
Food and Drink