The history of the pandemic is now known in the words of the first ever public history textbook.
The book, written by Oxford University Press and written by academics including Professor John Hargreaves, who co-authored the previous version of the textbook, The First World History of the World, has been the subject of a backlash on social media and in the comments section of the book’s reviews.
A video posted by The Guardian (@theguardian) on May 5, 2018 at 11:06am PDT The author of the video, Tim Murphy, said the text was inaccurate in the past and called for the publisher to make the book available in bookstores.
“History is not a story about a single person,” Mr Murphy said.
“It is a tale of a thousand men and women who fought in the world wars and a hundred other wars and are still fighting today.”
That is why it is important to have the book in the public domain.
“If they are not doing so, the book will continue to be sold out.”
He said the book should be made available in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
“The only way for the book to be available in any other countries is to have it available in Britain, Ireland and Australia,” he said.
“In those countries, people will be able to read it and be able make up their own minds.”
I am calling on the publisher of the Oxford University press to release the book for free in those countries and then I will be writing a petition to get the book into the public library in every country in the EU.
“The book is available for free download through the publisher’s website and can be found on Amazon.com.
Mr Murphy said he had hoped to have a version of The First History published in 2018.”
But unfortunately the publishers are going through a bit of a crisis and are having to delay the publication,” he added.
The Oxford University website says the book “provides an accurate history of humankind and world history from the time of our earliest beginnings to the present day”.
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