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Post Flash Map -- History of ME in 90 seconds
This is very cool...90 seconds to sum up the history of the Middle East:

http://www.mapsofwar.com/ind/imperial-history.html

Broad strokes, leaves out a lot of detail, but is very neat.

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It would be cool if they could 'slow it down' for the 20th Century...add more detail.

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Post Re: Flash Map -- History of ME in 90 seconds
Thanks a lot Loricat, this is great! This is an additional complement to the maps included in the book. However, I think the book should have included more detailed maps to follow the story, at list a map that included most of the cities and regions mentioned. Of course you can look for it in the internet, but you're no usually in the internet when you're reading, or you don't have an encyclopaedia at hand.

Edited by: Luis de la Fuente at: 9/30/06 5:01 am



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