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Tartaria - Napoleon and the Mud Flood - cover

Tartaria - Napoleon and the Mud Flood

David Ewing Jr

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

What is the true history of the world?Did Napoleon Bonaparte exist?
 
Mathematical evidence shows that Napoleon Bonaparte did not existWas there a civilisation known as Tartaria?
 
Is the history of the world a big lie?Why is world history important?
 
This book will show many important secrets about world history. Are you ready to accept the truth? If you do not understand the past, you will never understand the future.
Available since: 10/14/2022.
Print length: 176 pages.

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