Free history Kindle books for 09 Sep 18

The Art of War

by Niccolo Machiavelli

Voltaire said, “Machiavelli taught Europe the art of war; it had long been practiced, without being known.” For Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527), war was war, and victory the supreme aim to which all other considerations must be subordinated. The Art of War is far from an anachronismâ??its pages outline fundamental questions that theorists of war continue to examine today, making it essential reading for any student of military history, strategy, or theory. Machiavelli believed The Art of War to be his most important work.

Taj Mahal: A History From Beginning to Present

by Hourly History

Taj Mahal

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The Taj Mahal in Agra is arguably the most iconic image of India and is visited by eight million tourists annually. It was characterized as “pure, perfect and unutterably lovely” by the British Viceroy, Lord Curzon, and in 1983, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site of “outstanding universal value.” For centuries the world has believed that it was built by Shah Jahan in 1631 to immortalize his love for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Certain mysteries and myths that surround the monument have recently come to the fore in the country, stimulating a public debate about the place it holds as a true representation of Indian culture.

Inside you will read about…

â?? The Life of Mumtaz Mahal: The Jewel of the Palace
â?? The Building of the Taj Mahal
â?? A UNESCO World Heritage Site
â?? Myths, Conjecture, and Controversy
â?? The 22 Locked Rooms in the Basement
And much more!

This book presents the five main historical figures of the Mughal Empire in India during that period as well as many details of how the Taj Mahal was built. It traces the events that have led to the present controversy.

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