- Author:James Johonnot
- Publisher:Dodo Press (June 15, 2007)
- Pages:182 pages
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Compiled and arranged. lexington and bunker hill. Ten great events in history.
Compiled and arranged. Chapter I. Defense of freedom by greek valor. But the Persian archers held the victors in check until the flying soldiery were embarked, and the Greeks obtained possession of only seven vessels.
James Johonnot was not acting as a sober historian in Ten Great Events in History. James Jononnot wrote this book in 1887, long before our modern age of political correctness, when writers were freer to say what they really thought about other cultures. He was telling inspiring stories of deeds done by valiant people. The general theme of these stories is the defense of freedom against tyranny. Thus, there are the usual nineteenth century stereotypes in Ten Great Events. Orientals are indolent and subject to despotism. Spaniards are cruel and superstitious. Anglo-Saxons are brave and freedom loving.
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The great events in history are those where, upon special occasions, a man or a people have made a stand against tyranny, and have preserved or advanced freedom for the people. Sometimes tyranny has taken the form of the oppression of the many by the few in the same nation, and sometimes it has been the oppression of a weak nation by a stronger on.
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The complete text of Ten Great Events in History. Splendid churches were erected on the ruins of pagan temples, and every spot pointed out as the scene of the memorable events in the life of Christ and his apostles was marked by a chapel or house of prayer. Jerusalem and the Holy Land became the resort of numerous bodies of clergy, who resided in the churches and monasteries which the piety of the wealthy had founded for them.
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Johnnot's Ten Great Events in History documents some of the momentous battles and activities in history, albeit from the perspective of Western civilization. Thus, Johonnot details such things as the Battle of Thermopylae, the Crusades, Christopher Columbus's voyage, and more. Seller Inventory APC9781499319705. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Stock Image. Published by Createspace (2014). ISBN 10: 1499319703 ISBN 13: 9781499319705.