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Between January and July 1919 delegates from all over the world converged on Paris to forge a lasting peace in the wake of World War I.

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Margaret MacMillan speaks at the World Affairs Council of Northern California.

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The First World War is not called the Great War for nothing. It was the single most decisive event in modern history, as well as one of the bloodiest: by the time the war ended, some nine million soldiers had been killed.

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Winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize, renowned historian Margaret MacMillan’s best-selling Paris 1919 is the story of six remarkable months that changed the world.

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Margaret MacMillan joined Book TV to talk about her life and work. Ms. MacMillan is the Provost of the University of Trinity College, University of Toronto, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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From the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Paris 1919" comes a landmark book about Nixon, Mao, and the historic meeting that changed history.

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Margaret MacMillan was interviewed about her book Nixon and Mao: The Week That Changed the World, published by Random House.

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Margaret MacMillan talked about her historical narrative, "The War that Ended Peace: The Road to 1914", in which she describes in detail the assassination in 1914 of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and why his death led to the outbreak of World War I.

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In Dangerous Games, Margaret MacMillan illustrates how history should never be presented as a series of facts, but instead as a framing device for understanding the past....

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