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Famous Assassinations of History ; from Philip of Macedon, 336 B.C. to Alexander of Serbia, A.D. 1903 - Francis Johnson

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Famous Assassinations of History ; from Philip of Macedon, 336 B.C. to Alexander of Serbia, A.D. 1903 - Francis Johnson
Famous Assassinations of History ; from Philip of Macedon, 336 B.C. to Alexander of Serbia, A.D. 1903 - Francis Johnson

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Famous
Assassinations
of
History
From
Philip
of
Macedon,
336
B.C.,
to
Alexander
of
Servia,
A.D.
1903
By
Francis
Johnson
WITH
rWENrr-NINE
PORTRAITS
Chicago
A.
C.
McClurg
&
Co.
1903
 
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Published
September
19,
1903
UNIVERSITY
PRESS
JOHN
WILSON
AND
SON
CAMBRIDGE,
U.S.A.
 
P
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e
f
a
c
e
THE
thirty-one
assassinations,
famous
in
history,
which
are
narrated
in
this
volume,
have
never
before
had
their
stories
told
in
a
collected
form
in
any
language.
The
accounts
of
them
were
scattered
through
the
historical
works
of
all
nations,
and
through
many
volumes
of
private
memoirs,
which
had
to
bescanned
for
proper
and
trustworthy
material.
It
is
hoped
that
their
presentation
inthis
form
will
make
an
interesting
volume,
not
only
for
the
student
of
history,
but
also
for
the
general
reader,
on
account
ofthe
historical
and
psychological
interest
which
attaches
to
them.
These
assassinations
embrace
a
period
of
nearly
twenty-five
centuries,
that
of
Philip
of
Macedon,
in
336
B.C.,
being
the
first,
and
that
of
Alexander
and
Draga,
in
the
present
year,
being
the
last.
Only
those
assassinations
have
been
included
which
either
had
animportant
and
political
bearing
on
the
world,or
on
the
nation
immediately
affected,
or
which
left
a
profound,
and,
it
would
seem,
indelible
impression
on
the
imagi-
nation
of
contemporaries
and
posterity.
All
those
which
were
not
distinguished
by
one
of
these
features
were
excluded
from
this
series.
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