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100 Dogs Who Changed Civilization : History's Most Influential Canines (Hardcover)

Author: Stall, Sam

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Sure, every dog has its day but these 100 canines raced ahead of the pack to alter the very course of world history. In "100 Dogs Who Changed Civilization," readers will discover the inspiring true tales of dogs who've contributed to scientific advancement, influenced geopolitical events, inspired great works of art, and saved the lives of their beloved masters. These astounding pooches include:

Biche, the Italian Greyhound who started a war between France and Prussia
Seaman, the Newfoundland who saved explorers Lewis and Clark from a marauding buffalo
Sergeant Stubby, the most decorated war dog in U.S. history
Laika, the first earthling of any kind to go into orbit
Hachiko, an Akita whose devotion to his dead master made him a Japanese national hero

. . . and many more. Packaged in a very civilized hardcover with black-and-white illustrations, "100 Dogs Who Changed Civilization" is the perfect gift for dog lovers and history buffs alike.


Publisher Random House Inc
Mfg Part# 9781594742019
SKU 204706467
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 1594742014
Release Date 10/4/2007
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