Review: The Kingdom That Was Not of This World, by Marcos Costa

Review: The Kingdom That Was Not of This World, by Marcos Costa

The book The Kingdom That Was Not of This World: Chronicle of an Unproclaimed Republic was published in 2015 by Valentina Publishers. This non-fiction work was written by Marcos Costa, and I read it in the Kindle version. Marcos Costa initially considered becoming an architect but soon changed his mind and pursued History at UNESP – Assis campus. He obtained a Master’s and a Ph.D. in Social History, also from UNESP.

Marcos Costa is a historian, university professor, researcher, and writer. He has authored numerous articles published in academic journals, as well as the books The Obscure Book of the Discovery of Brazil, The History of Brazil for Those in a Hurry, and The Man Who Did Not Want to Be Immortal.

Review: The Kingdom That Was Not of This World, by Marcos Costa
The Kingdom That Was Not of This World, by Marcos Costa
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Discover the reason why Count d'Eu became the commander-in-chief in the War of Paraguay

Discover the reason why Count d’Eu became the commander-in-chief in the War of Paraguay

The War of Paraguay began in December 1864, and it is considered the largest conflict ever to occur in South America to this day. At the time the war started, the Count d’Eu was in Europe and openly expressed his desire to participate in the conflict to Emperor Dom Pedro II. It was expected that upon his return to Brazil, he would immediately head to the front lines, as the emperor himself had appointed him as a general of the Brazilian army.

Discover the reason why Count d'Eu became the commander-in-chief in the War of Paraguay

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