By Gavin Menzies, Ian Hudson
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Greatly increasing on his blockbuster 1421, exclusive historian Gavin Menzies uncovers the full untold heritage of ways mankind got here to the Americas—offering new revelations and a thorough rethinking of the approved old list in Who stumbled on America?
The iconoclastic historian’s magnum opus, Who chanced on America? calls into query our figuring out of ways the yank continents have been settled, laying off new gentle at the famous “discoveries” of ecu explorers, together with Christopher Columbus. In Who stumbled on America? he combines meticulous study and an adventurer’s spirit to bare dazzling new proof of an historic Asian seagoing tradition—most particularly the Chinese—that dates way back to 130,000 years ago.
Menzies bargains a innovative new replacement to the “Beringia” idea of ways people crossed a land bridge connecting Asia and North the United States over the last Ice Age, and offers a wealth of extraordinary claims, that carry attention-grabbing and fabulous implications for the historical past of mankind.