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Britannica Book of the Year 2007
Comprehensive coverage of the past year
The 2007 Britannica Book of the Year takes an in-depth look at the events, people, and issues that made history in 2006. This detailed book is the perfect complement to any reference collection. Readers can study the year's most significant events or stay current on the world leaders, cultural trends, and political movements across the globe. Browse noteworthy events of each day of the year, read profiles of influential politicians, or immerse yourself in statistics from around the world. The 2007 Britannica Book of the Year is a deep and comprehensive reference that you will reach for again and again.
Dates of 2006
From January through the very end of December, DATES OF 2006 chronicles and summarizes noteworthy events one day at a time.
People of 2006
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.
Events of 2006
Explore critical issues in business, computers, education, health, politics, science, sports, and many other topics.
World in 2006
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.
Stunning Photographs
Recapture the world through beautiful photography.
Britannica World Data
Get updated information on the countries of the world.
Product Details
- Hardcover
- Black Heirloom binding

Price: 3400/- (INR) inclusive of all taxes.
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