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Gavin Menzies makes radical claims about Chinese travels to the West in 1434, backing up earlier revelations made in his "1421. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Herbert L Calhoun
I have read several of the books by author Gavin Menzies, and found them all enjoyable. I love history, and I appreciate the fundamental fact that to truly understand it, one... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Newton Ooi
I think that the author, Gavin Menzies makes an excellent case that renaissance Italy was at least inspired by Chinese civilization and invention. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles Kos PhD
Excellent and well researched history account, precursor to the author's next volume, 1414, The Year China Discovered America. Both should be read together.Published 4 months ago by David L Bowman Sr
I love the history and documentation. I may have to bite my tongue in history class.Published 6 months ago by Ann Hendon
Must read to fully appreciate the untold history of our world today. Very well researched and east to read a credit to Gavin Menzies.Published 6 months ago by DutchieG
I am using my editor's page to post this. In a way I was inspired on writing my own book trying to trace the origin of Leonardo Da Vinci's mother. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LascarBooks
Second book in the Series. Every interesting. Always learning something.Published 7 months ago by JLD