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The Three Great Races

Anonymous Anonymous

Publisher: Anonymous

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For thousands of years human beings have lived in a completely different environment with each other, shaping the three great races of human that are different not only in their physical appearance but also in their traits. This book describes how the three great races were formed, how they differ from one another and how cooperation can actually be made.

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