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July is a Revolutionary Month...

American Revolution

Find it at your Library : 1776

Read the definitive book by David McCullough about the personalities and events of the American Revolution, 1776

French Revolution

Find it at your Library : The French Revolution : a history

Learn about the economic, political and social upheaval that brought down the French Monarchy in The French Revolution : a history

Space Race Revolution

Find it at your Library : Team Moon : how 400,000 people landed Apollo 11 on the moon

Most people over 50 can remember what they were doing when Neil Armstrong first stepped on the Moon, July 20, 1969. Now, read about the hundreds of thousands of people who were necessary for that historic event to take place: Team Moon : how 400,000 people landed Apollo 11 on the moon

Weaponry & Power Revolution

Find it at your Library : Now it can be told : the story of the Manhattan Project

On July 16th, 1945, the first atomic bomb, "Fat Boy," was detonated over the American Southwest desert. Read about the massive research, development and logistical efforts that went into this: Now it can be told : the story of the Manhattan Project

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