Mostly Rapscallions: Salient Sillies About the Rich and Infamous in History P.J. Sullivan

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Published: June 3rd 2015

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227 pages


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Mostly Rapscallions: Salient Sillies About the Rich and Infamous in History  by  P.J. Sullivan

Mostly Rapscallions: Salient Sillies About the Rich and Infamous in History by P.J. Sullivan
June 3rd 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 227 pages | ISBN: | 7.45 Mb

Ever wonder who were the good guys in the Petticoat War? What did Marie Antoinette see in Louie XVI? Did Casanova ever find true love? Why did Benito Mussolini stop wearing bowler hats? Why did Joan of Arc hang out with the world’s wickedest man? WhoMoreEver wonder who were the good guys in the Petticoat War? What did Marie Antoinette see in Louie XVI?

Did Casanova ever find true love? Why did Benito Mussolini stop wearing bowler hats? Why did Joan of Arc hang out with the world’s wickedest man? Who was Cupid Dewey and why should you care? Get up-to-date on history with this entertaining and informative book. It is stranger than fiction, but definitely not fiction. No one could make up this stuff! History is not a boring sequence of dates, battles, isms, and pie charts. It is a cockeyed cavalcade of human lunacy!



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