(PRWEB) September 25, 2015
Wout van der Toorn, a Dutch native, devoted writer, historian and author has released his work “Logbook of the Low Countries”: a rich and often surprising picture of the birth of a nation, its growth and rise to the world’s pre-eminent maritime trading empire.
“This is a beautifully produced book, illustrated with some lovely old maps and full of historical facts that will certainly titillate anyone with an interest in history,” said book reviewer Shelley Antscherl.
Wout van der Toorn’s work is the perfect read for any history buff!
History is once again enjoying the warm interest of a wide audience. This can be seen by the number of history books (both for adults and children) which appear every year, as well as by the steady stream of films, radio and television programs.
A brief surf on the internet quickly results in numerous sites devoted to historical subjects. This is fantastic and handy of course. However, if people lack a historical overview, they can soon get lost in this sea of information. Where should they begin their search and which search terms should they use? What happened in other countries at the same time?
"Logbook of the Low Countries" by Wout van der Toorn provides an answer to these questions. The major events from the history of Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands are arranged chronologically in the first column, next to the high and low points from the history of the Wider World in the second column.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “Logbook of the Low Countries” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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