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  2. Not the least of these myths are those about economic history: such as the roots of depressions, the causes of growth and the reasons behind nations' different stages of economic development. Paul Bairoch sets out in this book to demolish 18 such myths and to reveal generally unnoticed but economically important turning points in modern ...

  3. The history of Uruguay comprises different periods: the pre-Columbian time or early history (up to the sixteenth century), the colonial period (1516–1811), the period of nation-building (1811–1830), and the history of Uruguay as an independent country (from around 1830).

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    A common misconception is that every candy is stamped with the presidential seal; however, some U.S. embassies around the world do offer M&M's stamped with the seal of the United States. M&M's World specialty shops have been established in some locations, including Las Vegas, Orlando, New York, London, and Shanghai.

  5. Books shelved as myth-in-human-history: Metamorphoses by Ovid, World Mythology by Roy Willis, The Faces of the Goddess by Lotte Motz, Diné Bahane': The N...

  6. The problem of personalising history: Myths around Hitler in Austrian history textbooks – exploring the issue via qualitative and quantitative methods. In Myths in German-language Textbooks: Their Influenc on Historical Accounts from the Battle of Marathon to the Élysée (pp. 211-238)

  7. Books shelved as ancient-myth-and-world-history: Lafayette in the Somewhat United States by Sarah Vowell, The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Genera...

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