One of the most interesting periods in human history – the Roman Empire, the ancient battles, politics, and its collapse. A topic with so many good books – how do you find the best ones to read? We spent several hours researching books about the history of Rome. Reviewing sources on social media, articles, forums, and specialist websites. In total, we reviewed more than 71 books about Roman History. The result is a list of the 10 best Roman Books. Prioritized by the most recommended. Here you go: The best books about Roman History:
We have found the 12 best books written about Abraham Lincoln. We spent several hours researching all the books ever written about Abraham Lincoln. Then, we decided to see what books were being repeated by the experts. To see, if there was a clear pattern on the top Abraham Lincoln book. There was btw. One book is being recommended by all the expert sources.
We found more than 96 books about Abraham Lincoln and found the 12 books that kept popping up. The following 12 books on Abraham Lincoln – is considered the best books on Lincoln, because we can see they are recommended more than the others. There is a clear winner by the way. It rarely happens. But one book on Abraham Lincoln was recommended ALL the time. It is called Team of Rivals – The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln.
On May 18, 1860, William H. Seward, Salmon P. Chase, Edward Bates, and Abraham Lincoln waited in their hometowns for the results from the Republican National Convention in Chicago. When Lincoln emerged as the victor, his rivals were dismayed and angry.
Reasons To Read The Book
This book is special, inspiring and a joy to read with. A must read great book who aspires to make an impact in the world and leave a legacy. Lincoln shows us how can be humble, true, kind, and yet politically astute and persuasive.
Reasons Not To Read The Book
The book has a misleading title. It has a missing pages on it. It leaves wrong impressions, doesn’t get hyperbole. The book was too long and dull.
America was at a crossroads in 1939 as they debated whether to join the Allies in their battle against Hitler’s relentless march across Europe. As European immigrants the d’Aulaires felt keenly the importance of standing against injustice, and saw in Lincoln the archetypal American hero as he stood against the injustice of slavery. It was this spirit they hoped to exemplify in their biography of young Abe as he grew into manhood against the backdrop of the wilderness of Kentucky, the deep woods of Indiana, and the prairies of Illinois.
Reasons To Read The Book
A great book for young readers. This book is wonderful. It tells about Abraham Lincoln from start to finish. Great for small children. A childhood favorite.