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  • The History of Argentina

  • A Fascinating Guide to Argentine History
  • By: David Robbins
  • Narrated by: Bill Ayers
  • Length: 1 hr and 24 mins

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By: David Robbins
Narrated by: Bill Ayers
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Publisher's Summary

Discover the amazing story of one of South America’s most fascinating countries.

From the time of the Inca Empire before colonization to the fight for independence and their place in the modern world, this book delves into the rich history behind this incredible country. With reference to their modernization, political struggles, and the fight for the Falklands, inside you’ll find a wealth of fascinating information about Argentine history and the lives of its inhabitants.

As one of the largest countries in the Americas, Argentina has a rich history all the way from its Neolithic first inhabitants to the current day. This book is a must-listen for anyone interested in both this country and world history.

Buy now to uncover the history of Argentina today!

©2019 David Robbins (P)2019 David Robbins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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