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  • The History of Bolivia

  • A Fascinating Guide to Bolivian History
  • By: David Robbins
  • Narrated by: Bill Ayers
  • Length: 35 mins

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The History of Bolivia

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

Uncover the fascinating story behind Bolivia, one of South America’s few landlocked countries.

From the precolonial empires of the Tiwanaku and Inca, to the arrival of the Europeans and Bolivia’s journey to its current place in the world, this book examines the rich history and culture of this vibrant country and how the past has shaped it.

Covering their campaign for independence, the Chaco war, class struggles, and the abundant natural resources which let them form wealthy mining industries, this audiobook also takes a look at the current issues the country faces and the rampant cocaine industry which has plagued them.

Nevertheless, Bolivia has an incredible story which is a must-listen for anyone interested in South America and world history.

Buy the audiobook now to discover the story of Bolivia today!

©2020 David Robbins (P)2020 David Robbins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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