By Anthony Bailey
Right here, from British historian and New Yorker senior author Anthony Bailey is the dramatic tale of the Low international locations - Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg – from early nomads and barbarian invaders to the beginning of cities and towns to the increase and decline of global prominence and at last to the darkish and tragic days of global conflict II.
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