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If you had these to choose from

Table of Contents
Headings and Subheadings
Glossary
Index Captions for Photographs

then where would you look to locate information on ancient Rome? And Where would look to find the date of the beginning of World War 1?

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    Also where would you find further information about a specific topic?

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    I'd use the Table of Contents for information about Rome.

    You didn't list it, but I'd start with the Index to find both answers.

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    Sorry I see that now about World War 1 Where would you look to find furthur information about a specific topic?

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