The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind
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The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind

By H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
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  • THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY
    • INTRODUCTION
    • SCHEME OF CONTENTS
    • LIST OF MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
    • BOOK I THE MAKING OF OUR WORLD
  • THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY
    • I THE EARTH IN SPACE AND TIME
      • II THE RECORD OF THE ROCKS
        • § 1
        • § 2
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • III NATURAL SELECTION AND THE CHANGES OF SPECIES
      • IV THE INVASION OF THE DRY LAND BY LIFE
        • § 1
        • § 2
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • V CHANGES IN THE WORLD’S CLIMATE
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • VI THE AGE OF REPTILES
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • VII THE AGE OF MAMMALS
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • II THE RECORD OF THE ROCKS
      • § 1
      • § 2
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • III NATURAL SELECTION AND THE CHANGES OF SPECIES
    • IV THE INVASION OF THE DRY LAND BY LIFE
      • § 1
      • § 2
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • V CHANGES IN THE WORLD’S CLIMATE
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • VI THE AGE OF REPTILES
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • VII THE AGE OF MAMMALS
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • BOOK II THE MAKING OF MEN
      • VIII THE ANCESTRY OF MAN[20]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • IX THE NEANDERTHAL MEN, AN EXTINCT RACE (The Early Palæolithic Age[29])
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • X THE LATER POSTGLACIAL PALÆOLITHIC MEN, THE FIRST TRUE MEN (Later Palæolithic Age)
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • XI NEOLITHIC MAN IN EUROPE[45]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • XII EARLY THOUGHT[62]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • XIII THE RACES OF MANKIND
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • XIV THE LANGUAGES OF MANKIND
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
    • VIII THE ANCESTRY OF MAN[20]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • IX THE NEANDERTHAL MEN, AN EXTINCT RACE (The Early Palæolithic Age[29])
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • X THE LATER POSTGLACIAL PALÆOLITHIC MEN, THE FIRST TRUE MEN (Later Palæolithic Age)
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • XI NEOLITHIC MAN IN EUROPE[45]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • XII EARLY THOUGHT[62]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • XIII THE RACES OF MANKIND
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • XIV THE LANGUAGES OF MANKIND
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • BOOK III THE DAWN OF HISTORY
      • XV THE ARYAN-SPEAKING PEOPLES IN PREHISTORIC TIMES
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • XVI THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS
        • § 1
        • § 2A
        • § 2B
        • § 2C
        • §2D
        • §2E
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
      • § 1
      • § 2A
      • § 2B
      • § 2C
      • §2D
      • §2E
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • XVII SEA PEOPLES AND TRADING PEOPLES
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • XVIII WRITING
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • XIX GODS AND STARS, PRIESTS AND KINGS
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3[136]
        • § 4
        • § 5[139]
        • § 6
        • § 7[143]
        • § 8
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3[136]
      • § 4
      • § 5[139]
      • § 6
      • § 7[143]
      • § 8
      • XX SERFS, SLAVES, SOCIAL CLASSES, AND FREE INDIVIDUALS
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
    • XV THE ARYAN-SPEAKING PEOPLES IN PREHISTORIC TIMES
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • XVI THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS
      • § 1
      • § 2A
      • § 2B
      • § 2C
      • §2D
      • §2E
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
    • § 1
    • § 2A
    • § 2B
    • § 2C
    • §2D
    • §2E
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • XVII SEA PEOPLES AND TRADING PEOPLES
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • XVIII WRITING
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • XIX GODS AND STARS, PRIESTS AND KINGS
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3[136]
      • § 4
      • § 5[139]
      • § 6
      • § 7[143]
      • § 8
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3[136]
    • § 4
    • § 5[139]
    • § 6
    • § 7[143]
    • § 8
    • XX SERFS, SLAVES, SOCIAL CLASSES, AND FREE INDIVIDUALS
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • BOOK IV JUDEA, GREECE, AND INDIA
      • XXI THE HEBREW SCRIPTURES AND THE PROPHETS[157]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • XXII THE GREEKS AND THE PERSIANS[169]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • XXIII GREEK THOUGHT AND LITERATURE[182]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • XXIV THE CAREER OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT[195]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • XXV SCIENCE AND RELIGION AT ALEXANDRIA[203]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • XXVI THE RISE AND SPREAD OF BUDDHISM[211]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
    • XXI THE HEBREW SCRIPTURES AND THE PROPHETS[157]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • XXII THE GREEKS AND THE PERSIANS[169]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • XXIII GREEK THOUGHT AND LITERATURE[182]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • XXIV THE CAREER OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT[195]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • XXV SCIENCE AND RELIGION AT ALEXANDRIA[203]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • XXVI THE RISE AND SPREAD OF BUDDHISM[211]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • BOOK V THE RISE AND COLLAPSE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      • XXVII THE TWO WESTERN REPUBLICS[224]
        • § 1
        • § 2[228]
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
      • § 1
      • § 2[228]
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • XXVIII FROM TIBERIUS GRACCHUS TO THE GOD EMPEROR IN ROME
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • XXIX THE CÆSARS BETWEEN THE SEA AND THE GREAT PLAINS OF THE OLD WORLD[256]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4[262]
        • § 5
        • § 6
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4[262]
      • § 5
      • § 6
    • XXVII THE TWO WESTERN REPUBLICS[224]
      • § 1
      • § 2[228]
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
    • § 1
    • § 2[228]
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • XXVIII FROM TIBERIUS GRACCHUS TO THE GOD EMPEROR IN ROME
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • XXIX THE CÆSARS BETWEEN THE SEA AND THE GREAT PLAINS OF THE OLD WORLD[256]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4[262]
      • § 5
      • § 6
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4[262]
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • BOOK VI CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM
      • XXX THE BEGINNINGS, THE RISE, AND THE DIVISIONS OF CHRISTIANITY
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5[286]
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5[286]
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • XXXI SEVEN CENTURIES IN ASIA (CIRCA 50 B.C. TO A.D. 650)
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7[311]
        • § 8
        • § 9[316]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[311]
      • § 8
      • § 9[316]
    • XXX THE BEGINNINGS, THE RISE, AND THE DIVISIONS OF CHRISTIANITY
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5[286]
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5[286]
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • XXXI SEVEN CENTURIES IN ASIA (CIRCA 50 B.C. TO A.D. 650)
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[311]
      • § 8
      • § 9[316]
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7[311]
    • § 8
    • § 9[316]
  • THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY
    • SCHEME OF CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • BOOK VI (Continued) CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM (Continued)
  • THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY
    • XXXII MUHAMMAD AND ISLAM[319]
      • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • XXXIII CHRISTENDOM AND THE CRUSADES
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • §11
        • § 12
        • § 13[359]
        • § 14
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • §11
      • § 12
      • § 13[359]
      • § 14
    • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • XXXIII CHRISTENDOM AND THE CRUSADES
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • §11
      • § 12
      • § 13[359]
      • § 14
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • §11
    • § 12
    • § 13[359]
    • § 14
    • BOOK VII THE MONGOL EMPIRES OF THE LAND WAYS AND THE NEW EMPIRES OF THE SEA WAYS
      • XXXIV THE GREAT EMPIRE OF JENGIS KHAN AND HIS SUCCESSORS (The Age of the Land Ways)
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 5A
        • § 5B
        • § 5C
        • § 5D
        • § 5E[367]
        • § 5F
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 5A
      • § 5B
      • § 5C
      • § 5D
      • § 5E[367]
      • § 5F
      • XXXV THE RENASCENCE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION[371] (Land Ways Give Place to Sea Ways)
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • § 11A
        • § 11B
        • § 11C
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11A
      • § 11B
      • § 11C
    • XXXIV THE GREAT EMPIRE OF JENGIS KHAN AND HIS SUCCESSORS (The Age of the Land Ways)
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 5A
      • § 5B
      • § 5C
      • § 5D
      • § 5E[367]
      • § 5F
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 5A
    • § 5B
    • § 5C
    • § 5D
    • § 5E[367]
    • § 5F
    • XXXV THE RENASCENCE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION[371] (Land Ways Give Place to Sea Ways)
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11A
      • § 11B
      • § 11C
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • § 11A
    • § 11B
    • § 11C
    • BOOK VIII THE AGE OF THE GREAT POWERS
      • XXXVI PRINCES, PARLIAMENTS, AND POWERS
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • § 11
        • § 12[415]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12[415]
      • XXXVII THE NEW DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICS OF AMERICA AND FRANCE
        • § 1[418]
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7[434]
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • § 11
        • § 12
        • § 13
      • § 1[418]
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[434]
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12
      • § 13
      • XXXVIII THE CAREER OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE[448]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7[455]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[455]
      • XXXIX THE REALITIES AND IMAGINATIONS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY[457]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6[469]
        • § 7
        • § 8
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • § 11
        • § 12
        • § 13
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6[469]
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12
      • § 13
      • XL THE INTERNATIONAL CATASTROPHE OF 1914[489]
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
        • § 6
        • § 7
        • § 8[501]
        • § 9
        • § 10
        • § 11[517]
        • § 12
        • § 13
        • § 14
        • § 15
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8[501]
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11[517]
      • § 12
      • § 13
      • § 14
      • § 15
    • XXXVI PRINCES, PARLIAMENTS, AND POWERS
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12[415]
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • § 11
    • § 12[415]
    • XXXVII THE NEW DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICS OF AMERICA AND FRANCE
      • § 1[418]
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[434]
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12
      • § 13
    • § 1[418]
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7[434]
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • § 11
    • § 12
    • § 13
    • XXXVIII THE CAREER OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE[448]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7[455]
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7[455]
    • XXXIX THE REALITIES AND IMAGINATIONS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY[457]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6[469]
      • § 7
      • § 8
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11
      • § 12
      • § 13
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6[469]
    • § 7
    • § 8
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • § 11
    • § 12
    • § 13
    • XL THE INTERNATIONAL CATASTROPHE OF 1914[489]
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
      • § 6
      • § 7
      • § 8[501]
      • § 9
      • § 10
      • § 11[517]
      • § 12
      • § 13
      • § 14
      • § 15
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • § 6
    • § 7
    • § 8[501]
    • § 9
    • § 10
    • § 11[517]
    • § 12
    • § 13
    • § 14
    • § 15
    • BOOK IX THE NEXT STAGE IN HISTORY
      • XLI THE POSSIBLE UNIFICATION OF THE WORLD INTO ONE COMMUNITY OF KNOWLEDGE AND WILL
        • § 1
        • § 2
        • § 3
        • § 4
        • § 5
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • XLI THE POSSIBLE UNIFICATION OF THE WORLD INTO ONE COMMUNITY OF KNOWLEDGE AND WILL
      • § 1
      • § 2
      • § 3
      • § 4
      • § 5
    • § 1
    • § 2
    • § 3
    • § 4
    • § 5
    • TIME CHARTS AND CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
    • CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
    • INDEX
    • FOOTNOTES:
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