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Philips World Encyclopedia 2002 (2nd Hand Hardback)

£6.95
SKU B000287
2nd Hand Book
Hardback
Non-Fiction
Condition - Very Good
Reference Books
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Synopsis

History of The World - 13,000 A-Z Encyclopedic entries - 1500 Colour Illustrations - 32 page Atlas - Ready Reference.

The 13,000 encyclopedic entries, covering science and technology, the arts, history, medicine, geography and current affairs, sports and popular culture, have been reviewed, revised and updated. Significant attention has been paid to current affairs and international politics, country features, scientific and technological innovations, while articles for major new figures in the world of sports, music, literature and science have been generated.

Philip's Encyclopedia 2002 includes the following additional benefits over the 2001 edition: 1. First edition post-US Presidential Elections 2. New 32-page digitized colour World Atlas section 3. International Ready Reference section includes new sports entries. The General Information section also includes: * Academy Award winners * Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winners * Major international airports, etc.

Details
  • Format : Large, Very Thick 2nd Hand Hardback with Dust Jacket
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Reference Books
  • Published : 2002
  • ISBN : 9780540081592
  • SKU : B000287
  • PPC : SP2500gm
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.

Fully illustrated with colour throughout. Approx 800pp.

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The Publisher

Philip's, one of the oldest publishing houses in the United Kingdom, was originally founded in 1834 as George Philip and Son. Philip's was, at one time, the owner of the world-famous Stanfords map store, and has now become part of the Octopus Publishing Group.