Guns, Germs, & Steel by Jared Diamond  Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review by Eureka

Guns, Germs, & Steel by Jared Diamond Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review

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  • Release Date: 2015-07-30
  • Genre: Study Aids
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Guns, Germs, & Steel by Jared Diamond | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review
 
Guns, Germs, & Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond won the Pulitzer Prize for the first edition that was published in 1997. Thirteen thousand years of human history are explored in order to explain why societies around the world evolved differently from each other and how those differences led to the conquest of particular groups at the hands of others, particularly the defeat of Native Americans, both North and South, at the hands of much more sophisticated and advanced Eurasian forces…
 
This companion to Guns, Germs, & Steel includes:
• Overview of the book
• Important People
• Key Takeaways
• Analysis of Key Takeaways
• and much more!
 

Reviews

  • Well Written

    5
    By xHabibtix
    This summary is an excellent synopsis of the mega-factors, both deliberate and accidental, that Diamond puts forward to explain why the European people so easily and quickly were able to conquer, control and largely eliminate the indigenous tribes in the two American continents.
  • Great book about different military forces

    5
    By AleciaWhite
    This book is about the sophiscated military forced and how the world have been formed by different military poweres, and why they've been great to shape our world. The book is very thourough and explains everything in a historicially correct way. Great!
  • Interesting book

    5
    By Mike.Parks
    The book is a analysis of the famous pulitzer price winner "Guns Germs and Steel", which is a book that explores the subject about how military forces in different countries have developed into their current state. It's an interesting book to read and I enjoyed reading it.

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