11 Nov 2006 - 02 Nov 2007
Britannica Book of the Year 2006
A clear and compelling review of the world in 2005
From Hurricane Katrina, which ravaged New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, to the aftermath of Indian Ocean tsunami and the massive earthquake in Pakistan, 2005 was a year of natural disasters. While 2005 had some significant losses, notably that of Pope John Paul II, civil rights fighter Rosa Parks, comedian Johnny Carson, and Prince Rainer III of Monaco, it was a year of triumphs as well. Angela Merkel became the first woman chancellor of Germany, Camilla became duchess of Cornwall, and Turkish literary lion Orhan Parmuk received the German Book Trade Peace Prize.
The 2006 Britannica Book of the Year employs some of the finest minds in the world as contributors, whose scholarship and diversity of viewpoints give the articles and features a global perspective. This makes the 2006 Britannica Book of the Year a comprehensive and a spectacular reference that you will reach for again and again.
Dates of 2005
From January through the very end of December, DATES OF 2005 chronicles and summarizes noteworthy events one day at a time.
Events of 2005
Explore critical issues in business, computers, education, health, politics, science, sports, and many other topics.
People of 2005
Each year the Britannica editors profile the most fascinating and influential people across the world-people who made history, broke records, or made a difference.
World in 2005
This section brings you a vast range of information from across the world. Hot beds of unrest are closely examined. Multinational and regional organizations are reviewed.
Recapture the world through beautiful photography.
- 904 pages
- Black Heirloom binding
- 11 1/4" H x 2" W (Across Spine) x 9 3/4" D
Price: 3400/- (INR) inclusive of all taxes.
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