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Not as many facts as you'd think
on September 6, 2012
Quite a cheery product, and well packaged, but on the very first quick read of this I found two very obvious factual errors. Which would not have been too bad, apart from they were on consecutive pages, and these were the first two I looked at. For a book that boasts of being full of facts and being carefully checked this was a bit of a disappointment. For those interested they're on pages 124 and 125. Julius Caesar is not a Roman Emperor, rather was a Dictator, and Mary Tudor was the daughter of Henry VIII, and was Queen of England, and somewhat older than 9 months when she became Queen. Mary Stuart was not the same person at all.