Today I, a 28 year old American, learned about the No Gun Ri massacre.

I find myself missing substantial gaps in world history, more specifically US history, every day. My public education experience consisted of a lot of denial or missing pieces altogether and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for book(s) I can read that may help fill the gaps! I’d be more interested in one or two books that summarize historic events from perspectives not shared with Americans (I have a learning disability so a stack of books will take a lifetime or more). I’m looking for just non-biased, factual accounts of world/American history between the 1700’s and now. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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