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Johann Gutenberg

Subject: Literature

(c.1396–1468), inventor of printing. He was a native of Mainz. In 1448 he borrowed money, probably for developing his printing process. He printed the Mazarin Bible (q.v.) and ...

Education

Education   Reference library

Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
History, Contemporary History (post 1945)
Length:
20,721 words
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3

...studies. Houston, Robert Allan . Literacy in Early Modern Europe: Culture and Education, 1500–1800 . London: Longman, 1988. Survey of early modern period, integrating secondary literatures for all European states. Lebrun, Francois , Marc Venard , and Jean Quéniart . “De Gutenberg aux lumières.” In Histoire générale de l'enseignement et de l'éducation en France , edited by Louis Henri-Parias , chap. 2. Paris: Nouvelle Librarie de France, 1981. Best survey of French scholarship for the period. Maynes, Mary Jo . Schooling in Western Europe: A Social...

1960s

1960s: 1960 - 1969  

Reference type:
Timeline
Current Version:
2012

...protection with Unsafe at Any Speed , attacking the US automobile industry Nader, Ralph (1934) World Encyclopedia 1 20th century Social and domestic Society North America United States 1965 1965 18-year-old Dutch footballer Johann Cruyff joins Ajax, the club with which he will be associated in numerous successes Cruyff, Johann (1947– ) Who's Who in the Twentieth Century 1 20th century Sports and games Europe Netherlands Society 1965 1965 18-year-old Austrian body-builder Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes Junior Mr Europe (on his way to Mr World and Mr...

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