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  • The History of Brazil

  • A Fascinating Guide to Brazilian History
  • By: David Robbins
  • Narrated by: Bill Ayers
  • Length: 1 hr and 28 mins

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By: David Robbins
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Publisher's Summary

Discover the incredible story behind the world’s fifth-largest country.

Home of the Amazon rainforest, and imbued with a rich culture, history, and people, Brazil has a fascinating origin story stretching back hundreds of years. From the diverse ecology and the thousands of tribes in its pre-colonial state, to the arrival of the Portuguese and its journey to where it is now, this book offers a detailed and profound insight into the story of Brazil.

Covering their economy and natural resources, rich environment, and the conflicts which mark their history, this book is a must-listen for anyone interested in world history, South America, and the origins of the world’s fifth-largest country.

Buy now to uncover the story behind Brazil today, you will be shocked by some of the stories!

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

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