This volume work of Scottish Historian David Mac Ritchie, 1851-1925, first published in 1884 and long out of print, its impact will have as profound an impact as Gerald Massey and Godfey Higgins.
Again, MacRitchie was suberb in documenting the true history of Europe and the role of Blacks in European History. Even though I read the second volume before reading the first, the pieces started to fall into place. Without historians like MacRitchie, Graves, Davidson and Massey, Black people would forever be blind to the truth. I wish I had this book when I was taking history classes in high school. I recommend it for students, Black History classes, retirees, even amateur historians.