Historical handbooks, Humanities

Historical Handbooks

Every library receives queries regarding dates and events in history. Historical handbooks provide information regarding events, discoveries, achievements in literature, music, art, science and technology in a particular year in different countries of the world. They are generally arranged alphabetically or chronologically. They also provide historical information of the world.
The Time Tables of History: A Chronology of World Events Based on W. Steins Kulturfahr Plan/by Bernard Grunt. Rev. ed. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1987.

Rulers and Governments of the World. London and New York: Bowker, 1977-78.

3 vols.

Vol.1- Earliest to : 1491/compiled by Martha Ross 

Vol.2 - 1492-1929/compiled by Bertold Spuler

Vol.3 -1930-1975/compiled by Bertold Spuler and others.

The People's Chronology: A Year by Year Record of Human Events from Pre-history to the Present/by J. Trager. Rev. ed. New York: Henry Holt, 1992.

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