Posted on 2009-08-09. By anonymous.
Doubleday | 1965 | ISBN: 0385036736 | 263 pages | PDF | 16,8 MB
From the use of metals by prehistoric man to the alchemical experiments of medieval and renaissance man to the complex chemical skills of contemporary man, Asimov traces the development of this building block of our technological world.
In order not to miss many of them follow ebooks section (see top of each page on AH)
and visit my blog too :)
- Ebooks list page : 3315
- 2011-12-25A Short History of the United States NAVY - A Short History, United States
- 2011-12-23A Short History of the United States NAVY - A Short History, United States
- 2011-12-14A Short History of the United States NAVY - A Short History, United States
- 2011-12-04A Short History of the United States NAVY - A Short History, United States
- 2011-10-12A Short History of the United States NAVY
- 2013-10-05A Short History of Chemistry (repost)
- 2014-12-14A Short History of Nearly Everything [Audiobook] - Bill Bryson, Read By Richard Matthews
- 2014-12-13A Short History of the Modern Media
- 2014-12-12Hinduism: A Short History (Oneworld Short Guides) - Klaus K. Klostermaier
- 2014-12-10A Short History of Medical Genetics (Oxford Monographs on Medical Genetics) - Peter S. Harper
- 2014-12-08At Home: A Short History of Private Life - Bill Bryson
- 2014-12-07The Quest for Aqua Vitae: The History and Chemistry of Alcohol from Antiquity to the Middle Ages - Seth C. Rasmussen
- 2014-12-06A Short History of Las Vegas - Barbara Land
- 2014-12-05A Short History of African Art
- 2014-12-03A Short History of Chinese Art - Michael Sullivan
- 2014-11-23Sport in a Capitalist Society: A Short History
- 2014-11-19A Short History of the Civil War: Ordeal [Repost]
- 2014-11-19Enlightening Symbols: A Short History of Mathematical Notation and Its Hidden Powers
- 2014-11-17A Short History of Copyright: The Genie of Information
- Download links and password may be in the description section, read description carefully!
- Do a search to find mirrors if no download links or dead links.